Cat expands South Carolina plant
| March 14, 2012 |
Caterpillar today announced plans to expand its manufacturing facility in Sumter, South Carolina, that will nearly triple the square footage. The plant currently produces small hydraulic cylinders used in a variety of Cat products. The additional capacity will bring the production of large hydraulic cylinders from the company’s Joliet, Illinois, facility to Sumter. Once the expansion is completed, the Sumter facility will be the primary source for small and large hydraulic cylinders for North and South America. The expansion in Sumter will allow the Joliet facility to focus on increasing production for other components currently produced in Joliet.
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