Automation in mining trucks continues apace with safety being a key driver for adoption.
Caterpillar Mining News
The equipment maker beat analysts' expectations and the stock is skyrocketing in premarket trading.
The equipment maker is scheduled to report third-quarter earnings Thursday.
Deutsche Bank warned Friday that gold producers are the most vulnerable to a further spread of the deadly disease.
Resource industry sales were awful.
Demand for Caterpillar's construction equipment and machinery has been slipping globally since the last quarter of the 2012 fiscal year.
Tighter border controls are set to disrupt the flow of essential supplies and even workers trying to get to work at the African country's mining operations, companies say.
After the WHO declared the current outbreak an “international public health emergency.”
The total of this year's stock repurchases is $4.2 billion.
Construction, not mining lifts the machinery giant's second-quarter results.
Firms competing to offer engines that comply with tougher U.S. emissions rules.
Miner spending cuts hitting maker hard.
Over alleged flaws in engines for school buses the firm sold between 2006 and 2010.
Watch a CAT mini excavator go though extremely narrow aisles of a store packed with $40,000 worth of valuable glassware.
"We really acquired 10 different product lines and many different companies."
While average in terms of capacity and other features, users surely won’t buy it for the specs, but for what Cat shows in this video.
Climbing up and down 797s all day can chew up time on the assembly line.
The world’s largest maker of heavy machinery posted a 5% increase in quarterly profit, beating analysts’ estimates.
Over the past year, Caterpillar has closed or announced plans to shutter several plants in the US, Canada and Europe.
Don't topple the structure.
Caterpillar sees 'some signs of improvement' but expects mining companies to further reduce costs in 2014
Expects sales and revenues to be similar to 2013 as sales to the resource industry decline modestly.
The companies have signed an agreement to test a new truck engine which would run on liquefied natural gas rather than diesel.
Metso's Q3 mining and construction orders fell 19%. Sandvik's net profit fell 22%.