(Adds details, quotes and byline; previous NEW YORK) By James B. Kelleher TUCSON, March 30 (Reuters) - Caterpillar Inc. , the U.S. heavy machinery giant, said on Thursday it plans to produce a new line of mining trucks with Japan's Mitsubishi Electric Corp. that will use electric rather than mechanical drives. Chris Curfman, the president of the company's global mining division, called the push into a technology Caterpillar has largely eschewed "the largest mining truck program" in its ...
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