Caterpillar Showcases Services and Tech at CONEXPO
Caterpillar Inc. is showcasing its latest products, services and technologies at this year’s CONEXPO-CON/AGG March 14-18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. More than 30 machines, including model unveilings and battery electric machine prototypes, will be on display at the company’s largest exhibit to date at the event.
“We look forward to showing Caterpillar’s latest construction products and services portfolio, featuring advancements to help customers meet their requirements for performance, durability, and economic value,” said Caterpillar Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jim Umpleby. “We’ll also demonstrate how we’re supporting customers on their sustainability journey through fuel efficiency and alternative power sources.”
This year’s CONEXPO returns to the Festival Lot, the home of Caterpillar’s “Operator Stadium.” Visitors will see two main equipment demonstrations daily – one focused on the latest Cat technology and one spotlighting the company’s full equipment lineup. Additionally, Caterpillar will be providing unique daily spotlight demonstrations that will take a deep dive into key industry topics, including improving fuel efficiency and jobsite efficiency, the evolution of technology, and convenient, scalable solutions for all customers.
"The return of Operator Stadium allows us to showcase our wide range of offerings as well as the operators who get the work done daily,” said Construction Industries Group President Tony Fassino. “From services to technology to sustainability, we are excited to demonstrate how we can deliver customer value through an easy to buy, easy to own experience.”
Operator Stadium will host Caterpillar’s Global Operator Challenge again featuring nine of the world’s best equipment operators. These competitors will demonstrate their advanced skill, precision, and stamina in hopes of being named the Global Operator Challenge Champion. The expertise of the finalists will be put to the test in three challenges – excavating, loading, and manoeuvring the equipment through a variety of obstacles.