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Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific receive Cat machines


Thursday, 17 Aug 2006 ( #273 ) - McCONNELLSBURG, PA, United States
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JLG Industries Inc started shipping Cat-branded telehandlers to Caterpillar dealers in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region on July 26.

"Production of these models was successfully transferred from a Caterpillar facility in the UK to JLG’s Belgium manufacturing plant," a JLG statement said.

JLG CEO Bill Lasky said production for shipments to North American and Latin American Caterpillar dealers was on track for November (Forkliftaction.com News #263).

In October 2005, JLG and Caterpillar announced a 20-year strategic alliance, in which JLG provides Caterpillar dealers with an exclusive, full range of Cat-branded telehandlers, manufactured at JLG’s Belgium and US plants.
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