M Series Customer Stories

M Series Customer Stories

Our customers are the reason Cat® M Series Motor Graders continue to evolve. Here’s what some of our customers have to say about their M Series machines.

Steven Geerdink - Director of Works, Shire of Dowerin, WA.
Steven Geerdink has been working at the Western Australian Shire of Dowerin for 20 years.
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Moyne Shire Council - John Lyons - Manager of Construction and Maintenance - Rob Jenkins - Operator
John Lyons has been Manager of Construction and Maintenance for the best part of his 17 years with Moyne Shire Council. During this time he's been involved in large-scale projects, supervising and managing all outdoor works.
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Greg Walters - Owner/Operator, Greg's Grader Hire, South Australia
Greg Walters and Greg's Grader Hire in South Australia, have had a relationship with Caterpillar for 25 years.
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Stephen Catalano - Owner & Vince Madaffari - Operator, B & J Catalano, Western Australia
B&J Catalano was established in Western Australia in 1962 by brothers Bill and Joe Catalano. Since then it has grown to be a highly successful company, with over 350 employees and a fleet of over 210 Cat® machines; including a range of motor graders, rubber tyre and track dozers, scrapers, dump trucks, front-end loaders and compactors.
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Peter Anderson - Owner/Operator, Anderson Grading, Western Australia
Anderson Grading began just five years ago but its founder Peter Anderson has a long history of driving motor graders.
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Rolly Lawford – Director of Works and Technical Services, Gilgandra Shire Council, Gilgandra, NSW
Rolly has spent the past 30 years working with local government and, most recently, with the Gilgandra Shire, located about 70 kms north of Dubbo. Rolly is responsible for all engineering works within the Gilgandra Shire.
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Peter Bonser – Workshop Foreman, Gilgandra Shire Council, Gilgandra, NSW
Peter’s role at the council involves the maintenance and repair of machines, but more recently he’s been involved with purchasing and having a bit of input into what the Shire buys and what is suitable for the local conditions.
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