Carter Con & Expo a Success

The Carter Con & Expo in Doswell, Virginia on September 12th was a hot but successful day for heavy machinery enthusiasts.  Hosted by Carter Machinery, the event included machine demonstrations, an operator challenge, lunch and fun prize giveaways.

Customers enjoyed time with the machines, small technology instruments and a rodeo demo at the Doswell site.  Team members from Trimble and Propeller Aero also demonstrated drone and GPS technology.

SITECH GPS Specialist demonstrates Trimble’s Tilt Compensation on Site Works.

Customers line up to try out Trimble Earthworks on the CAT excavator.

The Trimble booth indoors had hand-held technology and information on the new SiteVision.  This technology was recently introduced in Europe and will soon be available in the US.

The SITECH tent provided a shady respite dear the demo fields.

Customers from all over the Virginia territory showed up for the demonstrations and opportunity for time in the cab.

SITECH MA will Join Carter Con in Doswell, VA

Teams from SITECH Mid-Atlantic will join Carter Machinery for Carter Con Expo & Operator Challenge on Thursday, September 12th in Doswell, Virginia.

Demonstrations will include Caterpillar Next Gen equipment as well as Trimble GPS and machine control products, Spectra laser solutions and Propeller Aero drone launches.  SITECH MA Service Technicians, GPS Specialists, and Sales Representatives will be on hand to answer questions and provide information on cost-saving efficiency for your company.

Register at Carter Con to participate in this exciting one day event!

SITECH MA Participates in CAT Women Lead Day

Annie Molkenbuhr of the Charlotte branch and Jamie Fore of the Raleigh branch participated in the Carolina Cat Women Lead event in Midland, NC on June 14th.

All participants received hands-on training in the Caterpillar machines on site and had an opportunity to network with other women in construction.

Annie Molkenbuhr proudly stands by the operating trainer on the excavator after her session.

Jamie Fore receives training on CAT machine at the demo.

Carolina Cat Demo in Midland, NC

The Carolina Cat Next Gen Demo took place in Midland, NC this week with a large array of Caterpillar machines available for operator training as well as fun food trucks and a vendor village for customers.

Members of SITECH Mid-Atlantic staff including service, sales and GPS as well as reps from Trimble and Propeller Aero were on hand to answer customer questions and perform demonstrations.

Talking over GPS options with customers.

Cries of “get that bird in the air” when the Propeller Aero drone is launched!

A large number of machines offered many opportunities to customers for honing operational skills and trying new models.

SITECH MA Represents at Blanchard CAT Demo in Summerville

SITECH Mid-Atlantic recently enjoyed the Blanchard Cat 2 day event in Summerville, South Carolina.

Along with partners from Trimble and Propeller Aero, as well as loyal customers, the SITECH MA team had an opportunity to demonstrate machine control, lasers and drone technology to the South Carolina customers.

The use of Trimble’s Earthworks GO! on a CAT skid steer was narrated to participants by SITECH’s Sean Frizelle.  The innovative new product from Trimble is ideal for compact machines on job sites.

Carolina Cat Demo in Asheville, NC

SITECH Mid-Atlantic team members joined Carolina Cat for a lovely fall demo in Asheville, NC.

Team members demonstrated GPS and laser equipment for demo participants as well as machine control on field site.

The recently released Trimble TSC7 is always a big interest at customer events.

SITECH Mid-Atlantic Hosts Machine Control Event in Clayton

SITECH Mid-Atlantic recently hosted a machine control demo for its Central and Eastern North Carolina customers at Caterpillar Visitor’s Center in Clayton, North Carolina.  Customers were treated to free 2 day event which included on-site machine and classroom instruction.

Participants from all across North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia attended the event.

Cold weather and even snow did not deter customers from testing out Trimble Earthworks on the Cat excavator.

Networking and information-gathering was an important aspect of the demo.

Customers had an opportunity for training on lasers and GPS equipment in one of Caterpillar’s outdoor areas.

Classroom instruction on Business Center and the use of various software and GPS tools was a strong goal of the demo event.

Machines were a big draw at the event with many customers waiting in sleet and falling temperatures to test Trimble Earthworks on Caterpillar’s large demo field.  Operators enjoyed the ease of use and ingenuity of this exciting new construction technology.