Cashman Equipment, the Caterpillar equipment dealer throughout the state of Nevada, was founded in 1931 by James “Big Jim" Cashman to provide Caterpillar tractors to the crews building the Hoover Dam. The company's current Chairman and CEO, MaryKaye Cashman, represents the third generation of family members to run the company. “We are committed to providing the highest quality products and superior service through our employees' strengths, expertise, and integrity, stated Cashman.
Cashman Equipment remains family-owned and operated, has multiple locations throughout the state of Nevada and eastern California, employs approximately 700+ dedicated professionals, is ranked as one of the largest women-owned business employer in Las Vegas, and has become one of the top Caterpillar dealerships in North America.
And yet, this summary tells only part of the tale of Cashman Equipment. As the company passes its 85th anniversary, Cashman is not only looking forward to the future, but examining its foundations. Please visit the history pages above to learn more about all the Cashman's that have contributed to the company's 85 amazing years in Nevada.
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