Captain Keith Colburn to be featured at Caterpillar

CATERPILLAR TO FEATURE CAPTAIN KEITH COLBURN AT THE 2008 INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT SHOW!

image courtesy of Caterpillar

image courtesy of Caterpillar

Caterpillar Marine Power Systems is proud to host Captain Keith Colburn at the International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, Louisiana, on December 3 and 4, 2008. This is the largest commercial marine tradeshow in North America, a credential event attended by thousands each year.

As the owner of the premier crab vessel, the F/V Wizard, Captain Keith has always relied on the five Cat® engines on board to power his vessel through the nastiest conditions the Bering Sea can dish out. “Under continuous operation and load for months at a time, I count on the reliability and endurance of Cat engines,” Captain Keith explains. “Cat engines are the heart and soul and driving force behind the Wizard’s success year in and year out.”

While at the WorkBoat show, Captain Keith will present to exhibition visitors about “How Caterpillar Helps Him ‘Make Progress Possible’ in the Bering Sea” at 1:00 PM on December 3 and 4. Following the presentation, Captain Keith will be available in the Caterpillar booth for an autograph signing session.

Caterpillar’s website for more information

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2 Responses to Captain Keith Colburn to be featured at Caterpillar

  1. Dawn says:

    Kudos to Caterpillar. My company uses your ground stuff but expanding horizons to the sea is a great idea.

    Thanks Captain Keith for your time.

  2. Pingback: Capt Keith Colburn: Biggest Catch in the Big Easy… « DEADLIEST REPORTS

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