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As the Compact Wheel Loader Market Continues to Expand, CASE Previews New Electrified Model and Enhancements to the Compact Wheel Loader Lineup

Once thought of as a product category with limited interest in North America, CASE Construction Equipment has showcased the power and versatility of compact wheel loaders for applications as wide ranging as landscaping yards to snow removal and everything in between. Since the introduction of the first CASE F Series compact wheel loaders in 2014, the market has grown significantly and CASE has continued to innovate the product category — and that trend continues at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023 with a sneak peek of the all-new electrified CL36EV electrified compact wheel loader, and enhancements to its compact wheel loader line. The CL36EV compact wheel loader is designed to deliver all the benefits of electrification in a machine with a small footprint that will excel in applications such as supply yards, large-scale building renovations and construction where indoor operation may be required, and any other operation that may require less noise and no emissions. The dynamic compact loader will help simplify maintenance and lower lifetime total cost of ownership through the elimination of the diesel engine.

“A loader of this footprint, especially one used in yard applications where it stays there and has regular access to primary power, is the perfect application for electrification,” says Andrew Dargatz, product manager, CASE Construction Equipment. “The CL36EV delivers the same power and performance as comparably sized diesel-powered loaders and can be matched with a full range of attachments for additional versatility.”

CASE Showcases New WX175E SR Wheeled Excavator at CONEXPO 2023

As infrastructure investment strengthens and as working space on roadbuilding projects becomes more scarce, CASE Construction Equipment is re-entering the wheeled excavator market in North America.

As infrastructure investment strengthens and as working space on roadbuilding projects becomes more scarce, CASE Construction Equipment is re-entering the wheeled excavator market in North America — previewing the product line with the new WX175E SR at CONEXPO 2023.

CASE Partners with Crew Collab to Build Framework, a First-Ever Nationwide Career Mentoring & Counseling Bridge Between High Schoolers and the Construction Industry

Initial Planning Phase & FrameWork Mentor Recruitment Launching at CONEXPO/CON-AGG

CASE Construction Equipment is teaming up with nonprofit Crew Collaborative to sponsor and help build from the ground-up an-all new career counseling and mentoring program for high school students interested in the construction industry trades: FrameWork.

“At CASE, we are customer-led in all we do,” says Terry Dolan, vice president, CASE Construction Equipment, North America. “It’s no secret that our industry has faced labor shortage issues over the past several years, and we can’t think of a better way to support our customers than to help identify enthusiastic students who will make incredible contributions to the construction industry.”

CASE and BRUNT Workwear to Partner

Embarking on listening tour at CONEXPO/CON-AGG for real-world operator feedback

CASE Construction Equipment and BRUNT Workwear are joining forces with a formal and unique partnership to better the lives of the hard-working operators of America. This partnership will kick off within the CASE booth at CONEXPO/CON-AGG, through several days of customer research with construction tradesmen and women to best understand their everyday needs. The goal: gather real-world input from those on jobsites to build a new, first-of-its-kind ultimate construction equipment-operator boot from the ground up. Both BRUNT and CASE are dedicated to creating the best tools for the trades and are thrilled with the unique opportunity to craft the best options for their community.

“Operators are the bedrock of our industry. At CASE, we build machines that keep operators comfortable, productive and working hard,” says Rebecca Bortner, director of marketing, CASE Construction Equipment, North America. “That’s why we’re partnering with BRUNT. We loved the idea of collaborating to create boots built specifically with the operator in mind. Like CASE, BRUNT is obsessed with listening first then innovating and we’re excited to embark on this project together.”

“You’ll See the Difference” as CASE Teases New Attitude, New Equipment and “The New CASE” Heading into CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023

CASE Construction Equipment is putting the construction industry on notice with a promise that “You’ll See the Difference” at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023, held in Las Vegas March 14-18, 2023.

The 180-year-old+ manufacturer will highlight “The New CASE” at the industry’s largest North American trade show — showcasing groundbreaking new equipment, exciting new partnerships, and a range of new solutions designed to help contractors get more work done, easier and more profitably than ever before.

CASE Construction Equipment Sales, Service and Support Strengthened in Western U.S. with Titan Machinery Acquisition of Pioneer Farm Equipment Co.

Construction and farm equipment heavyweight Titan Machinery has strengthened and unified the positions of CASE Construction Equipment throughout the upper Midwest and western United States with the acquisition of Pioneer Farm Equipment Co.

The deal closed February 2, 2023 and includes five Pioneer locations throughout Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho Falls, Blackfoot, American Falls and Rupert. Locations will offer the full line of CASE Construction Equipment and Case IH agriculture equipment, with the exception of the Rupert location which will operate only as a Case IH dealer.

The CASE Groundbreaker Roadshow Takes a Second Tour through the U.S. to Celebrate the Launch of the Minotaur™ DL550 Compact Dozer Loader

New tour kicks off January 17, 2023 in St. Louis and travels all throughout the midwestern, western, southern and mid-Atlantic U.S. through March.

CASE Construction Equipment is launching the second leg of its Groundbreaker Roadshow celebrating the launch of the CASE Minotaur™ DL550 compact dozer loader — a first-of-its-kind machine and an all-new equipment category launched in 2022. The tour attracted crowds last Fall and put a huge exclamation point on one of the largest and most dynamic product launches of the year. The all-new machine was named to all major year-end awards lists, including Construction Equipment magazine’s Top 100 New Products; Compact Equipment’s Innovative Iron awards; and Heavy Equipment Guide’s Top Introductions for 2022.

Attendees of The Groundbreaker Roadshow will experience the Minotaur firsthand while enjoying a day on the lot with chances for prizes and giveaways. The second leg of the Groundbreaker Roadshow kicks off on Tuesday, January 17 with Luby Equipment. For the full roadshow schedule, visit

Improve Your Comfort on the Job

Consider these simple upgrades to enhance your in-cab comfort

You spend countless hours in the cab of your equipment navigating job sites. It is important to ensure your cab is a comfortable place and your equipment accessories enhance your ability to operate safely. CASE Construction Equipment offers simple solutions to maximize your comfort both inside the cab and out.

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CASE Construction Equipment, Ken Schrader team up for 50th Super DIRT Week

CASE Construction Equipment has partnered with NASCAR icon Ken Schrader for the 50th Running of NAPA Super DIRT Week at Oswego Speedway, Oct. 3-9.

Schrader will drive a CASE Construction Equipment sponsored #9s DIRTcar Pro Stock in the Northeast’s biggest dirt racing event, aiming to win the prestigious DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 on Saturday, Oct. 8.

New CASE E Series Excavators Reloaded with Major Evolution in Operator Experience

Upgrades drive greater productivity, operator satisfaction, efficiency and improved total cost of ownership over the life of the machine

CASE Construction Equipment continues turning heads with major rollouts — on the heels of introducing the first-of-its-kind CASE Minotaur™ DL550 compact dozer loader, the manufacturer is completely reloading its entire line of excavators. Today the company introduced seven new models of E Series excavators — including two in new size classes — focused on enhancing the total operator experience in performance and control to deliver even greater productivity, operator satisfaction, and operational efficiency while driving down total cost of ownership over the life of the machine.



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