YOUR WORK MATTERS NOW MORE THAN EVER.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP YOU WEATHER THE STORM.

Caterpillar is here to support customers

strength runs in this family.

Whatever your connection to Caterpillar, whether you operate Cat® equipment, live near our facilities or wear our brand, you’re part of the Cat family — and this family sticks together. Communities rely on Cat equipment, and we must keep going. Someone has to ensure hospitals stay powered, grocery stores stay stocked and vital infrastructure stands ready for those whose lives and livelihoods depend on it. But not every operation’s work is “essential,” and not every worker feels comfortable reporting for duty. That’s led to concerns about safety, finances and the future. We share your worries, and we’re here to help you work through them. Together, we’ll find solutions and come out the other side of this pandemic stronger.

work the world depends on

The situation presented by COVID-19 may be unprecedented, but one positive is that it opened the world’s eyes to the important work the trades do every day. And what the world once took for granted, they won’t anymore.

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Your Work Matters

STRESSED ABOUT FINANCES?
WE HAVE SOLUTIONS.

If your business has been impacted financially by the pandemic, let us help. Cat Financial is committed to keeping your business moving forward.

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The Caterpillar Foundation
donates $8.5M TO BOLSTER OUR COMMUNITIES

We’re addressing hospital needs, food insecurity, online learning and more.

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TACKLING TODAY’s CHALLENGES

We may not have faced these circumstances before, but we will rise to the occasion. In communities across the globe, our resources and dealer network are making a difference. We know you’re facing new dilemmas, like how to support out-of-work employees, keep those on the job safe, and maintain cash flow. We’ve got you covered with tools and ideas for building healthy communities and businesses.

STAY THE COURSE
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Planning for tomorrow

When the COVID-19 pandemic passes — and it will — chances are business may ramp up quickly. Now’s the time to prepare your team and your fleet for what’s to come. We’ve pulled together resources you can use during this downtime to train your operators, improve day-to-day business functions, start integrating technology and more. The work will be there, and you’ll be ready.

PREP FOR THE FUTURE
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AN OPEN LETTER TO TRUCK DRIVERS

If you have food or toiletries in your house, thank a truck driver. If ever there was a time to recognize the people putting in the long miles to keep our communities running, it’s now. Truck drivers remain a critical link holding our country together. We’re thanking drivers for showing up, staying at it and helping us get through these tough times. 

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a helping hand right in your community

The COVID-19 situation differs from country to country, state to state, city to town to rural area. Your local Cat dealer is staying up to speed on what’s happening where you are and standing by with the resources you need.

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HOW OUR TEAM IS RESPONDING TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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MORE COVID-19 RESOURCES

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Read the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning COVID-19, including prevention tips.

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World Health Organization

From videos to travel advice, find information and guidance from WHO regarding the current outbreak of coronavirus disease.

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Public Health Agency of Canada

Find coronavirus updates, financial support information and outbreak data from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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