US-based bulk material handling technologies provider Martin Engineering has manufactured a special series of its Cougar brand DC truck vibrators in an attempt to support the Susan G Komen foundation’s breast cancer awareness initiative during next month.
As part of the programme, the Cougar truck vibrators will be pink in colour and $50 from the sale of each unit will be donated throughout the month.
Titled Cougar Cares, the programme is aimed at spreading awareness about the disease, stressing the importance of early detection.
Martin Engineering vibration products business group director Mark Huhn said: “We wanted to contribute to the incredible efforts the foundation has made toward controlling, and eventually curing, breast cancer.”
Founded in 1982, the Susan G Komen foundation has since been engaged in combating breast cancer on multiple fronts, including research, community health, global outreach and public policy initiatives.
The truck vibrators are said to enhance the speed and efficiency of unloading dump trucks and other mobile equipment.
Image: Cougar DC Truck Vibrators improve the speed and efficiency of unloading dump trucks and other mobile equipment. Photo: courtesy of Martin Engineering.