Case Construction Equipment

Manufacturer

621 State Street
Racine, WI 53402
United States
Office: 262-636-6011
Fax: 262-636-0876
Company Info
Case Construction Equipment, also known as just "Case", designs, manufactures, sells, and supports a full line of construction equipment in the United States and internationally. The company’s equipment line includes compact track loaders, compaction equipment, crawler dozers, compact excavators, excavators, forklifts, loader backhoes, motor graders, skid steer loaders, and wheel loaders.

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Case Construction Equipment in the News

CASE Construction Equipment has added the CX30C to its C Series line of mini excavators. With an operating weight of 6,020-pounds and a 24.8 horsepower Tier 4 Final engine, the CX30C boasts a bucket digging force of 4,520 pounds of force. The new machines feature a zero tail swing, short-radius or conventional design, adjustable boom offset for improved maneuverability in congested areas and an auto-shift travel system for operator convenience in varying terrain.
October 25, 2017

The TV370 compact track loader (CTL) is a new 74-horsepower machine by CASE Construction Equipment that combines a maintenance-free Tier 4 Final solution with the strength and reach of a large-frame CTL. The TV370 provides a 3,700-pound rated operating capacity and a vertical-lift design that makes it ideal for loading trucks, and lifting and placing heavier palletized materials.
October 23, 2017

Designed to provide ample digging and lifting power in a small footprint, the CX145D SR features a compact counterweight and modified boom placement. This results in a highly maneuverable and powerful excavator that is easy to transport and ideal for restricted jobsite conditions, such as road and bridge work, utilities, urban construction and landscaping applications.
August 16, 2017

CASE's SiteControl CoPilot allows dozer operators to set a desired slope/grade reference, and automatically holds that slope/grade without the need for lasers, masts or GPS, regardless of underfoot conditions, enabling operators to easily produce a reliable and consistent quality surface.
July 26, 2017