Month: March 2016

Jim Hasler Retires; Scott Harris Named New VP

CASE Construction Equipment has announced that Jim Hasler is retiring as vice president-North America, effective in April 2016, after 34 years of service with the company. Scott Harris, the current vice president of Parts and Service for CNH Industrial, will take over the role and oversee the North American construction equipment operations for CASE.

Harris first joined CNH Industrial’s Capital group in 2006 as U.S. sales manager for construction equipment, and later served as northeast region sales manager for both agricultural and construction equipment. In 2007, he became senior director of sales and marketing for that division. His last role with CNH Capital was as vice president of U.S. financial services and operations, where he was responsible for the overall sales growth and profitability of CNH Capital’s financial products and services.

Ten Tips for Buying a New Excavator

When it comes to purchasing a new excavator, there are many important items to consider. Understanding the right specs and knowing what to look for will have the greatest impact on the productivity of your business. Here is a list of ten important considerations for buying a new excavator.

1. Operating weight/size, Application
It’s important to match the right size machine to the tasks at hand. Crawler excavators are generally grouped into three size-classes; compact/mini (0 – 6 metric tons; or <13,227 pounds), mid-size (6 – 10 metric tons; or 13,227 – 22,046 pounds) and standard/full-size (10 – 90 metric tons; or 22,046 – 198,416 pounds).

CASE to Plant Trees to Honor Landscapers

CASE will plant a tree for every landscaping company that uploads a crew photo to the CASE Facebook page or Instagram with the #CASETrees hashtag in honor of Earth Day.

CASE Construction Equipment has launched the #CASETrees social media event for landscape and nursery businesses. Each company that uploads a photo of its crew to the CASE Facebook page or Instagram before Earth Day (April 22) and uses the #CASETrees hashtag will have a tree planted in its honor by CASE.

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