Caterpillar's 2017 Sustainability Report

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Caterpillar's 2017 Sustainability Report

In its 2017 Sustainability Report, Caterpillar illustrates how its helping its customers build a better world. The report highlights how the company is providing value to customers by making sustainable progress possible through its operations, products, services and solutions that make safe, productive and efficient use of resources. Learn more at http://reports.caterpillar.com/sr/.

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Caterpillar Customer Sustainability
In the ocean, on the road and inside mine sites, Caterpillar teams are responding to customer needs for increased efficiency and decreased GHG emissions. Click here to learn about recent technological innovations that are helping our customers become more sustainable in...
Nov 16, 2018 4:00 PM ET
Cat Electrified Equipment
As the technology capability and the power density of power electronics, motors, generators and energy storage solutions have advanced, so, too, has the value proposition of electrification for Caterpillar’s customers. Click here to learn how electrified equipment, in the right...
Nov 14, 2018 10:00 AM ET
Cat Reman 3600 Engine
For more than 45 years, Cat Reman has provided customers with engines and components offering same-as-when-new quality, reliability and performance. In 2016, Cat Reman introduced a Cat® 3600 engine prechamber assembly using state-of-the-art machining and laser weld technology. This remanufactured prechamber assembly was developed through a collaborative effort involving team members...
Nov 8, 2018 1:00 PM ET
Solar Turbines Remanufacturing
Solar Turbines supports their customers by providing high quality overhaul exchange turbine engines, built with a mixture of remanufactured and new components. When Solar Turbines noticed a decline in the mixture of remanufactured and new components, they took steps to identify what could be done to reverse this trend....
Nov 6, 2018 8:00 AM ET
Caterpillar Provides Cleaner Air Underground
Underground hard rock mining companies continue to go deeper in search of more raw materials and higher-grade ore. Working at such depths leads to air quality concerns due to equipment emissions, which today are primarily powered by diesel. Click here to learn about how Caterpillar...
Nov 1, 2018 6:00 AM ET

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