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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.”

TK Backhoe Services: Finding Freedom in the Trenches

The key backhoe features and considerations that every owner operator should have.

Kevin Smith has spent his entire life around backhoes. His father started a small excavating company in 1984 with a single CASE 580D, and Smith spent most of his childhood in and around equipment.

“My dad started a construction company named Casey’s backhoe service — started with one 580D at the time,” says Smith. “[He was] doing pretty much the same thing I do; digging residential services, undergrounds for power and gas, and a lot of commercial and residential work. He took us with him all the time, and it was just natural to be on a machine and around it.”

CASE LIVE Virtual Event Detailing Excavator Machine Control

Excavators equipped with machine control solutions exhibit advanced performance.Interactive webcast (June 23 — 10 AM Central) focuses on the performance and quality advances possible when excavators are equipped with machine control solutions.

CASE Construction Equipment has announced that the next CASE LIVE virtual event will focus on Machine Control and Excavation, and will be held on June 23 at 10 AM Central.

CASE experts will discuss the options available for outfitting excavators with machine control technology, the advantages it provides specific to excavating operations, and how contractors can use the technology to improve their overall business. This edition of CASE LIVE will be hosted by Richie Snyder, product manager for digital and precision solutions & telematics, and Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product manager for excavators — both with CASE Construction Equipment.  

Clay County, West Virginia Wins CASE Dire States Grant

CASE Construction Equipment has announced Clay County, West Virginia as the winner of the 2021 Dire States Grant. Representatives of the county will receive $25,000 in free equipment rental from CASE that will be supported locally by State Equipment

Clay County was awarded the grant to repair grounds and facilities that were initially damaged in heavy flooding in June 2016. More than 500 homes were destroyed in that event, and local resources that provided food and services to residents have been closed due to ongoing water and sewer issues. This includes the recent closing of the local Nutrition Center, as well as the continued flooding of local parks and recreational areas. The ongoing fallout has been particularly hard on the region, with business closings and no grocery store currently open in the county. FEMA estimated at the time that the county sustained more than $8.5 million in roadway damage.  

CASE Advances Wheel Loader Performance, Connectivity, Intelligence and Uptime with Comprehensive G Series Wheel Loader Technology Enhancements

CASE Construction Equipment has introduced comprehensive enhancements to its entire line of G Series wheel loaders to improve performance and productivity, increase uptime, and empower the operator with greater control and understanding of the machine and its work.

“Wheel loaders — especially those in production and heavy working environments — achieve significant improvements in performance and profitability when you shorten cycle times, simplify operation and increase uptime,” says Andrew Dargatz, product manager, CASE. “Each of the enhancements introduced in the new CASE G Series loaders drive those incremental improvements that lead to big gains in productivity and efficiency.”

580 EV Electric Backhoe Loader Earns Innovative Iron Award

The CASE 580 EV, the construction industry’s first fully electric backhoe loader, has been honored with a 2020 Innovative Iron Award from Compact Equipment magazine.

The awards are presented annually, highlighting the most inventive off-highway equipment, diesel engines, hand tools and OEM services and systems released to the market.

CASE Supports Team Rubicon in Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta Cleanup Operations

Team Rubicon is deploying ongoing waves of volunteers to Louisiana to help residents clear routes, debris and damage from the powerful hurricanes that made landfall in August and October.

CASE Construction Equipment has provided equipment, service and support to Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster relief organization in Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Laura, which struck southwest Louisiana in August. This includes skid steers and compact track loaders outfitted with grapple buckets to perform route clearance, debris removal, and to work in conjunction with Team Rubicon sawyer teams who are clearing thousands of trees that fell on properties throughout the area.

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