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It’s been several years since the Cat® on-highway truck engine team has had the opportunity to participate in the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS). And with the pandemic, it feels like even longer since we’ve been able to interact with Cat truck engine customers in person.
We made up for that March 24-26 at the Louisville Expo Center. It was great to be back at MATS, especially this year — the 50th anniversary of the largest heavy-duty trucking event in the world. Our favorite moments included:
We got lots of questions at the show, but the most-asked one was this: Are you getting back into the truck engine business? The answer: We never left! Though we no longer manufacture new engines, we continue to support the million-plus Cat truck engines on the road today, as well as introduce new offerings like our Cat Reman engines with new content.
Check out the video and photos below to see our favorite MATS highlights!
The best part of the 2022 Mid-America Trucking Show? Getting to meet so many owners and drivers who love their Cat® truck engines. Come along with us as we talk to some of them about why they prefer Cat power. (Spoiler alert: reliability, dependability, durability and power top the list.)
The Cat truck engine team and booth at MATS. Pictured left to right: Kurt Friedinger, Brian Andreas, Justine Sharp, Jennifer Keffeler, Zach Barrett, Emad Malouf
We enjoyed interacting with our customers face-to-face.
Cody Carpenter, Vice President of Lazy C Trucking Inc. in Francesville, Indiana, stands proudly with his 2000 379 Peterbilt powered by a 1999 Cat 2WS motor.
A look inside the cab of Cody Carpenter's 2000 379 Peterbilt.
Cat Reman engine on display at our booth.
This Peterbilt powered by a Cat engine is owned by R&J Wegner Trucking, Inc. from Audubon, Iowa.