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Mantract unveils CAT paving machines for road contractors

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Mantrac Ghana Limited, the sole authorized Caterpillar Dealer in Ghana has launched a special package for CAT paving machines targeting at road contractors in the country.
The CAT paving machines is a state of the art technology which provides versatile and reliable solutions to demanding paving applications. Whether wheel, steel-tracked or rubber-tracked, CAT paving machines are the best fit for jobs that demand a smooth mat and require wide pulls or large mix-delivery vehicles.
According to the Head of Marketing Mr. Daniel Pabby, Mantrac is leveraging on its vast experience in earthmoving industry in Ghana to support contractors with the CAT paving equipment product line which guarantees consistent level of performance and significant return on investment.
He said contractors will have the option to choose from a packaged paving’s machines including CAT asphalt pavers models AP255 and AP655, utility compactor CB24 and the pneumatic roller PS150 and enjoy discounts up to GHc165,000.
Mr. Pabby stated that government in its 2014 plans proposed a number of roads construction projects as a key priority for infrastructural development hence this offer presents an opportunity to contractors.
Daily Express gathered that among the range of machines on offer is the CAT vibratory soil compactor CS533E which the customer stands to make discount savings of up to GHc50,000. The CS533E has pod-style vibratory system that delivers superior compact with force while offering serviceability advantage with its 10 ton drum advantages.
Also the dual pump propel system provides high attractive effort and grade ability for outstanding productivity in the Ghanaian terrain.
 “We don’t just sell machines we further provide flexible payment options with our financial arm – CAT Finance, a service provided by Stanbic Bank Ghana,” he stressed.
He further indicated that Mantrac has all the capabilities from sales to product support to partner the government and the private sector on any road construction project in Ghana. 
He added that as part of this campaign, Mantrac is looking forward to organizing the 2014 CAT road constructions solutions seminar which will bring all the stakeholders in the road construction industry to share the latest technologies available in today’s market place on the 3rd of April 2014. The event will end with a special open day in respect of road construction equipment.
Since the establishment of the company in 1937, Mantrac has supplied and supported caterpillar products in many sectors of the Ghanaian economy; one key area is the road construction area where almost every highway in Ghana was constructed with CAT machines inclusive.  


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