The Trime Group, one of the world's leading innovators of sustainable site lighting towers, has been appointed as an approved supplier by the construction equipment and rental giant Caterpillar, under their 'Cat Allied Vendor' programme.
The Trime Group successfully completed a stringent vetting process before being entered into the programme and have been confirmed as a CAT EAME (Europe, Africa, Middle East) dealer.
Trime is now ready to supply their full range of solar, hybrid, battery and diesel powered lighting sets to Caterpillar’s Cat Dealer and Rental network throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Trime will provide each Cat Dealer with advice, product training and demonstrations, together with a full spares and maintenance back-up service.
Commenting on this appointment, Matteo Tagliani, Trime’s Sales Director said, “We are very proud to be partnering with Cat. We are also looking forward to promoting the sustainable qualities of all our lighting towers and in particular our solar and hybrid models.”
Cat Rental Stores are rental specialists and have upwards of 1,300 worldwide locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and in North America. They also manage one of the largest rental fleets in the world that has been developed to supply a wide range of industries. These markets include; general construction, industrial manufacturing, commercial or residential building, utilities, road building or landscaping.
The Trime Group has unprecedented expertise in the manufacture, distribution and marketing of environmentally focussed lighting towers. Trime clients are supported through direct subsidiaries in the UK and the Netherlands, alongside carefully appointed distributors in more than eighteen countries around the world.
Trime has one of the most experienced lighting management teams that operate and control the Trime Group. The Trime product range is the largest single source of lighting sets available in the current market place. Their manufacturing base located near Milan, Italy, covering an area of ??29,000 square meters with over 180 people employed by the Trime Group.