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Association Involvement

We Get It.

The Milton CAT team members are active participants in professional associations, and Milton CAT regularly hosts association meetings at their locations across the region. This is another way for us to make sure we remain in touch with what matters to our customers.

What’s the point?

You don’t need to be the one explaining to us what your challenges are, how the latest legislation affects you, and what your competitors are doing to handle similar concerns. We get it. And we put that understanding to work with you in many different ways, from advising you on opportunities coming up, to sharing results on new technology being tested on the field, or helping you make more informed financing decisions.


Milton CAT Hosts Forestry Training Day

In conjunction with the Empire Forest Products Association, Milton CAT hosted the Association's annual "Day of Training".

The event was held at Milton CAT's Batavia location and over 65 individuals representing Timber Harvesters, Lumber Manufacturers, and Pulp and Paper Companies from throughout New York State were in attendance.

         

Left:  Milton CAT Sales Manager Steve Earle gives the attendees an overview of the day ahead of them.

Right:  Tim Carnsdale of the New York State Department of Transportation provides an understanding of the on-highway transportation regulations for the wood products industry.

         

Left:  Jim Haighty of the New York State Department of Transportation gives a walkaround through the eyes of an inspector - what they are looking for and how to keep your vehicles safe and up to regulation.

Right:  Peter Miller of the New York State Department of Conservation addresses oil and fuel spills in the woods and in the shop - how to prevent them and how to control them when they happen.

         

Left:  Jard Utz, Milton CAT Product Support Sales Manager, talks about how to avoid contamination in your machine's systems and the many problems that can result.

Right:  Consulting Forrester Sue Keister presents on Geographic Information Systems and how they can improve your bottom line.

         

Left:  Milton CAT Forestry Industry Manager Peter Collins and Technical Communicator Todd Fillinger cover "Today's Skidder" - why, what size, and how to maintain.

Right:  Tours of the Milton CAT facility were a big hit with the visitors.


              

                                                                                                                                                                                

 

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