Case Construction Equipment is now offering durable loading and material handling equipment for small contractors with a new lineup of subcompact equipment.
The company’s new generation of small machines will debut at Equipment Expo in Louisville, Kentucky, next week, representing what Case calls “a new commitment to helping contractors of all sizes get more work done, easier and more profitably than ever before.”
At the show, Case will unveil a stand-on mini track loader, two small articulated loaders from the new seven-model product line, a range of attachments and new additions to the Case mini excavator lineup, including a zero-tail swing model and an electric vehicle (EV) option.
Case, based in Racine, Wisconsin, says its new product lines are right-sized for smaller jobs and undertaken by smaller businesses. “With equipment that’s easily transportable and can work in tight spaces with minimal surface damage, while also delivering construction-grade performance, contractors can tackle more jobs with less manual labor,” the company says.
“We’re entering the subcompact market with a full line of equipment and the full force of our 180-year heritage in practical innovation,” says Brad Stemper, product management lead with Case Construction Equipment. “That means we’ve done the research, listened to customers and engineered solutions that deliver serious performance in machines sized for small contractors.”
Two new small articulated loaders, the all-electric SL22EV and the telescopic SL12TR are part of a new product line to be released throughout the rest of this year and into next year.
The new electric model provides what Case says is a "low noise, zero-emissions solution for a broader range of indoor and outdoor environments.” The SL12TR has been designed to deliver an extra-long reach for loading trucks or moving material in hard-to-reach places, the company adds.
By Brian Taylor
Edited by Yehya Aoun