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CASE Upgrades F Series Compact Wheel Loaders with Electro-hydraulic Controls

CASE Construction Equipment has upgraded its F Series compact wheel loader lineup with new adjustable electro-hydraulic controls. This added functionality allows operators to adjust the responsiveness of the lift and tilt bucket functions for improved control and efficiency on the jobsite.

Lift and tilt settings can now be adjusted with two new 3-way rocker switches (high, medium, low) mounted on the side console, allowing operators to adjust the responsiveness of the loader lift arms independently of the attachment tilt functions. These new programmable settings allow operators to program the machine’s response based on their personal preferences, or to better meet the demands of the job at hand.

Tidewater Equipment Joins CASE Construction Equipment Dealer Network

Tidewater Equipment has joined the CASE Construction Equipment dealer network and will represent the manufacturer in 42 counties spanning western and southern Georgia. The dealer will sell and service CASE equipment out of its Tifton, Smithville and Pinehurst locations, serving the landscaping, general construction, forestry and agricultural markets.

“The southeast is growing, it’s critical to the construction market now and for years to come, and Tidewater provides us a strong and established partner to support CASE equipment owners in the region,” says Brian Weisbaum, director of dealer development — North America, CASE Construction Equipment. “They’ve fully embraced our work by supporting causes we believe in such as Team Rubicon, and the leadership, sales and service staff give CASE a new and reliable partner in the region.”

CASE Construction Equipment Announces 2019 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” Award Winners

CASE Construction Equipment has named its 2019 “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 2019 Diamond Dealer award winners are: ASCO Equipment (Texas), Beauregard Equipment Inc. (Maine, Vt., N.H.), Crawler Supply Company (La.), Groff Tractor (Pa., Md., N.J.), HiTrac (1974) Inc. (Winnipeg, Manitoba), J.R. Brisson Equipment (Ontario), Kucera Group (Ontario), Longus Equipment Inc. (Quebec), McCann Industries Inc. (Ill., Ind., Mich.), Medico Industries Inc. (Pa.), Nueces Power Equipment (Texas), Redhead Equipment (Saskatchewan) and State Equipment Inc. (W. Va., Ky.).

Tasman Geosciences Grows Earthmoving Division to Support Environmental Abatement, Remediation Services

Over the last decade, Tasman Geosciences has evolved its business in environmental consulting, construction, demolition and abatement services. Specifically, the new earthmoving division within Tasman’s construction group is working to deliver environmentally conscious remediation services through excavation, oftentimes on delicate sites with existing infrastructure.

Derek Palmer, the construction operations manager who leads the Tasman excavation unit, said the team is typically operating on sites where visibility, attention to detail and precision run paramount to speed and productivity.

Merging Traditional Trade-In Fundamentals with Current Trends to Maximize the Power of Equity

There are core fundamentals to optimizing heavy equipment trade-in value that construction business owners typically operate under. However, in today’s environment of varied warranties, catered payment programs and innovative technology, there is a balance to considering many trade-in factors when it comes to maximizing the value of your equipment.

The Fundamental Building Blocks

CASE Dealer Miller-Bradford & Risberg Donates Two Compact Track Loaders to Team Rubicon for Patriot North National Training Exercise

CASE Construction Equipment dealer Miller-Bradford & Risberg provided Team Rubicon with a pair of compact track loaders to complete community service projects, multi-agency training drills and operator training during the Patriot North ‘19 event.

The event, based at Camp Douglas and Volk Field Air National Guard Base in Juneau County, Wisconsin, included more than 70 Team Rubicon representatives and hundreds more from National Guard units, the Salvation Army and other emergency response organizations.

CASE and Tidewater Equipment Support Team Rubicon Training; Demolish Structures at Girl Scouts Camp Martha Johnson

CASE Construction Equipment and Tidewater Equipment supported Team Rubicon in a public service project and equipment training exercise at Camp Martha Johnson, a Girl Scouts camp in Lizella, Georgia. The training provided Team Rubicon heavy equipment operators/volunteers with valuable stick time, and resulted in the complete demolition and removal of four obsolete structures on the site, as well as the cleanup and removal of past storm debris.

Equipment provided included a CASE CX130D excavator and TR270 compact track loader.

Living on the Edge: Colorado Contractor Specializes in Steep Slope Construction

Take any drive through the foothills up into the Rocky Mountains, you’re bound to see a home or two, perched atop a mountain, that makes you think: “How did they possibly build that?”

That type of reaction fuels Steve Grapes, the owner of Black Diamond Excavating. He grew up in the Midwest, but now it’s hard to pry him from the mountains, where Black Diamond specializes in preparing sites on extreme mountainside pitches. In fact, his company is named after the steep slopes that make Colorado one of the country’s premier ski destinations.

CASE and Southeastern Equipment Support Team Rubicon Disaster Response to EF4 Tornado in Dayton, Ohio

CASE Construction Equipment and Southeastern Equipment supported Team Rubicon in its efforts to help the Dayton, Ohio community recover from the destruction of the EF4 Tornado that caused extensive damage across multiple swaths of the city.

The tornado, which touched down late on the night of May 27, traveled 19 miles across the northern part of the city, impacting numerous residential areas. In total, it is estimated that the tornado damaged more than 1,600 homes, impacting between 7,500 and 10,000 people.

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