The wrath of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy: Hitting close to home
Caterpillar Inc. says is working closely with all of its Cat dealers in mobilizing equipment, personnel and other resources to help the affected areas in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
H.O. Penn has already provided nearly 100MW of portable generator sets to customers in the greater New York City area. Additional portable generator sets are staged in H.O. Penn yards and ready for mobilization as the priorities for use are determined and locations are identified by local authorities, according to Cat.
Other Cat dealers across the eastern United States and Canada, including Milton Cat, Foley Inc. and Ransome, are mobilizing and have mobilized hundreds of generators since last week in preparation and response to the storm and are ready to deploy as the hardest-hit areas are identified.
The Randall-Reilly Construction Division (of which Aggregates Manager, Better Roads and Equipment World are a part) wishes the best for any of our affected readers and colleagues.
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