15 April 2008

Cashman Equipment in Las Vegas, one of the top 10 Cat dealers in the US, is the first North American customer for the new Caterpillar telehandlers built by JLG under its manufacturing alliance. “We are replacing the existing rental fleet composed of the last generation of Caterpillar telehandlers,” said Todd Gilligan, sales manager, southern region for Cashman. “We also are planning to increase our market share in sales and rental, especially in the Las Vegas and Reno areas–and we are optimistic that these new machines will help us do that.” Pictured, from left to right, are: Harry DeNardi, Cashman president; Todd Gilligan, Cashman; Mike Rafi, general manager of the Caterpillar Alliance Group (CAG) for JLG; Rick Alton, vice president of North American sales at JLG's CAG; and Scott Cooper, Americas marketing manager for Cat's Telehandler Alliance Group.

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