Caterpillar marine engine sales drop in September

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Caterpillar reports its marine engine sales were down last month, though up in the summer, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Caterpillar reported marine engine sales were down 8 percent in September, after being up 13 percent in August and up 1 percent in July. Marine was the only segment that reported any uptick in sales for the three-month period.

The statistics are for the three-month rolling period compared to the same months of the prior year.

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