At Caterpillar we believe it’s not just a job. It’s your reputation. It’s about more than the equipment, it’s also about the people who back it. Anyone in the business knows that when something is built on a solid foundation it’s built to last.
Caterpillar creates products that don’t just move or power the earth, but help protect it. Because even if something weighs 40 tons, it should still leave the smallest footprint possible.
Caterpillar customers build the infrastructure, supply the power and transport the goods that support economic growth in developing and developed nations alike, and they support Caterpillar's efforts to help make that growth sustainable.
We believe 1.3 billion people shouldn't be without power, so we’re helping bring electricity to some of the most remote places on the planet.
Cat machines and engines are manufactured globally, we build them in the countries they’re built for, because it’s not just about building foundations. It’s about building economies.
To us, it’s not just about what we’re doing today. It’s about what we’re building for tomorrow.
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