Month: April 2016

CASE, Leica Geosystems Expand Partnership in North America

CASE Construction Equipment and Leica Geosystems have extended their partnership in North America to include the availability of off-machine precision construction tools through CASE dealers, including pipe lasers, rotating lasers, underground utility locators and automatic/electronic levels. In a related move, CASE has developed three levels of certification that enable each dealer to carry the expanded product offering, and provide better consultation and customer service on precision construction products and applications.

The original partnership, announced in 2014, included on-machine systems and a joint commitment to product development and training on a global scale. That commitment continues, along with the added accessibility to precision construction solutions and support in North America.

Getting the Most Out of Your Warranty

A warranty is defined as a written guarantee, issued to the purchaser of a machine by its manufacturer, which ensures the repair or replacement of components that are defective in material and/or workmanship within a specified period of time. Warranties are touted all across the industry, but the subject of warranty requirements and how to protect your coverage is something that isn’t discussed as often as it should be.

Anyone who owns a piece of equipment or manages a fleet needs to be well informed on the subject of warranty. Our goal here is to provide you with a basic understanding of what to look for and how to prepare to get the most out of your equipment warranty.

CASE 580N Backhoe Series Named One of EquipmentWatch’s Highest Retained Value Award Winners

CASE Construction Equipment’s 580N backhoe loader series was named to EquipmentWatch’s list of winners for the first Highest Retained Value Awards.

The awards recognize manufacturers in 26 different heavy equipment categories across the construction, agriculture and lift/access industries for products that show the highest residual value over the last five years.



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