In underground and surface operations, Cat® equipment drives the mining industry in North Carolina. In recent years, Cat has expanded its line to encompass a wider range of machines than ever before. Today’s Cat mining equipment is more powerful, more versatile and better suited to meeting the safety challenges of the modern resource extraction industry than ever before.
An investment in new equipment is an investment in the future of your mine. Your decision to purchase new is one that will reward you with improved productivity and lower operating costs for years to come.
Gregory Poole has been a partner to North Carolina’s mining industry for more than 60 years. We are the exclusive Cat dealer in the eastern portion of the state, with several locations positioned to serve mines throughout the region. Contact an office near you to learn more about the benefits of Cat mining machines.
Surface Mining Machines
New Cat surface mining machines include articulated trucks, draglines, electric rope shovels, motor graders, wheel loaders and more. No matter the task, you can count on Cat mining machines to deliver exceptional performance, refined controls and many other benefits.
Underground Mining Machines
You can find rugged and reliable Cat machines in more underground mining operations than any other brand. The company’s solutions include hard rock loaders, trucks and flow systems. For soft rock underground mining, there are complete longwall systems, as well as an extensive line of precision-engineered room and pillar tools.
Automation Using the Cat MineStar™ System
In both surface and underground mining applications, the company’s newest machines work with the Cat MineStar system. MineStar is a flexible, modular system that you can configure to address the unique challenges your operation faces. Whether it’s improving safety, helping manage your fleet or automating important processes, MineStar is a sophisticated solution built for today’s advanced mining operations.
There’s no question that the mining industry is changing, with operators more concerned about issues such as sustainability and emissions control. To better prepare you to meet these future challenges, invest today in new Cat equipment. Contact Gregory Poole directly to learn more.