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CASE G Series Wheel Loaders Named One of Equipment Today’s 2021 Contractors Top 50 New Products

The awards are determined by product inquiries and web page views from new products featured in Equipment Today over an extended 16-month period due to pandemic influences, from March 2020 to June 2021. Winning products represent the leading edge of innovation, quality, efficiency and productivity in the construction equipment field today.

CASE launched major new features and functionality to its entire lineup of CASE G Series wheel loaders in 2021 to improve performance and productivity, increase uptime, and empower the operator with greater control and understanding of the machine and its work. New enhancements to the CASE G Series wheel loader lineup include:

Built for Demolition

East Coast Demolition is a full-service hazardous material abatement and demolition contractor serving Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. In the business for over 40 years, their services include the design, management and implementation of abatement and demolition projects ranging from simple residential buildings, to complex high-rise structures and more. “My father started the company and I run it with him with a group of great people,” says Ricky Webb, chief operating officer at East Coast Demolition. “We do high-reach demolition, heavy demolition, abatement, selective demolition, complex dismantling, crushing, underground storage tanks and environmental remediation.”

Serving the private, commercial, local, state and federal sectors, East Coast Demolition’s niche is technically complex demolition projects. “What sets us apart from the rest of the competition — and what we like to pride ourselves in — is that we’re a turnkey solution to problems that general contractors and owners might have when looking at a large-scale project,” Webb explains.

CASE to Make Major Product Announcement on September 27

CASE Construction Equipment will host a special CASE LIVE virtual event on September 27 at 7 PM Eastern/6 PM Central to unveil the most powerful compact track loader (CTL) ever built. The CTL will then make its official North American debut in booth K277 at the Utility Expo in Louisville, Kentucky September 28 – 30; followed by GIE+EXPO in Louisville October 20-22.

The new CTL features numerous industry- and class-leading performance attributes and promises to serve as a powerful new platform spanning numerous industries, applications and attachment requirements.

CASE to Host CASE LIVE Virtual Event on Construction Equipment in Agriculture

The next CASE LIVE virtual event will focus on Construction Equipment in Agriculture, and will be held on September 1 at 10 AM Central.

CASE experts will look at equipment used extensively in agricultural applications — such as skid steerscompact track loaders and wheel loaders (compact and full-sized) — and discuss the factors, options and features that affect machine selection and performance. This will include discussions on hydraulics, attachments, controls and new features that drive performance improvements whether using construction equipment to clean stalls or load feed trucks.

The event will include a presentation and live Q&A session with CASE experts. All who register will receive an email with the recorded webcast after the event.

CASE, Progressive Tractor & Implement provide equipment for Team Rubicon operator training

Training event helped clear land and debris from George W. Pirtle Scout Reservation in Gary City, Texas.

CASE Construction Equipment and its dealer Progressive Tractor & Implement provided two compact track loaders and grapple buckets for a recent heavy equipment operator training event at the George W. Pirtle Scout Reservation in Gary City, Texas. The training event elevated five members of Team Rubicon’s heavy equipment group to HEO2 status and another member to instructor level within the organization.

The event — dubbed as one of the organization’s first heavy equipment “Disaster Training Camps” — helped operators gain proficiency in the use of compact track loaders for debris removal and route clearance operations ahead of the upcoming hurricane season, resulting in much-needed debris removal and site improvement needs for the Pirtle Scout Reservation.

CASE, Sonsray Machinery Provide Equipment for Team Rubicon Wildfire Cleanup Efforts in Arizona

CASE Construction Equipment and its dealer Sonsray Machinery provided equipment and support to Team Rubicon for land clearing and demolition work in Pinal County, Arizona as part of recovery efforts from the Margo Fire, which hit in April 2021. The effort helped clear more than 286 tons of debris from neighborhoods and homesites affected by the wildfire, which burned more than 1,200 acres near Dudleyville, Arizona.

Equipment provided included a CX145D SR excavator, a 721G wheel loader, and a TR340 compact track loader. Sonsray is a longtime supporter of Team Rubicon operations having previously supported wildfire cleanups in Arizona and sending equipment cross country for hurricane cleanup. The company recently expanded into Arizona in January of 2021.

CASE Employees Support “Women Build” Event

Habitat build draws attention to inequality in homebuying process for women; the CNH Industrial Foundation is presenting sponsor for the event.

CASE Construction Equipment employees are volunteering as part of Racine Habitat for Humanity’s first ever “Women Build” project — a Racine homebuilding project drawing particular attention to housing inequality and the challenges faced by women who are first-time homebuyers. Each home is priced at fair market value, and loans are interest free with mortgage payments targeted to be below 30 percent of the homeowner’s monthly income. 

“We are committed to supporting more affordable housing opportunities, and fully support diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities,” says Athena Campos, CNH Industrial Foundation board member, and also head of market development, CASE Construction Equipment. “We see the Women Build project as something that is extremely beneficial for Racine, and critically important in building strong and resilient communities that support family growth and development.”

CASE ANNOUNCES “DIAMOND DEALER” & “GOLD DEALER” AWARD WINNERS

Thirteen dealers across North America recognized for excellence in sales and support of CASE Construction Equipment.

CASE Construction Equipment has named its 2020 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” award recipients as part of its North American Construction Equipment Partnership Program. The awards recognize dealerships across the US and Canada for excellence in five categories including sales performance, marketing and communications, product support, parts support and training.

The 2020 Diamond Dealer award winners are: ASCO Equipment (Texas), Groff Tractor (Pa., Md., N.J.), J.R. Brisson Equipment (Ontario, Quebec), Longus Equipment Inc. (Quebec), McCann Industries Inc. (Ill., Ind., Mich.) and Redhead Equipment (Saskatchewan).

CASE LIVE Building the Ultimate Snow Fleet

Interactive webcast (July 28 — 10 AM Central) focuses on the advantages of construction equipment in snow removal applications and machine considerations when building out a snow fleet.

CASE Construction Equipment has announced that the next CASE LIVE virtual event will focus on Building the Ultimate Snow Fleet, and will be held on July 28 at 10 AM Central.

CASE experts will explore the equipment best suited for snow removal, the features and options to look for when building a snow fleet, and the attachments that will help keep commercial lots clean in the face of the toughest winter storms.

CASE Introduces Excavator OEM-Fit SiteControl Machine Control Solutions

OEM-Fit offering ensures the proper match of excavator and machine control solution from Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, and simplifies the acquisition process with a single financing package.

CASE Construction Equipment introduces OEM-Fit 2D and 3D machine control solutions designed by Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon — now available for CASE D Series excavators from CASE SiteControl Certified dealers. This new option ensures that the optimal combination of machine and solution is installed and tested by CASE certified precision field specialists. It also simplifies the acquisition process and allows for the technology to be grouped in with the purchase of the machine — combining the financing or lease approval, rate and payment in a single package.

“It takes the guesswork out of what solution works best with each machine, and ensures that it is installed and tested by certified professionals before it’s delivered to the contractor,” says Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product manager, CASE Construction Equipment. “The excavator and the machine control system are optimally matched and calibrated — helping the owners and operators of each machine get up and running immediately upon delivery of the machine.”

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