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Case Dealer Locator at Construction Equipment Guide

We have locations for Case in the following states. Select a state to see more information.

Looking to buy or rent some Case machinery? The information you need to find your local dealer is only a few clicks away on Construction Equipment Guide?s Case Dealer Locator. Case dealers help customers select the correct equipment for their jobs. They also remain on-hand after the sale to offer advice and support.

Using the Dealer Locator

With the click of a drop-down arrow,visitors can choose their state, then select the dealer nearest to their location. If more than one dealer is found, the dealers are listed alphabetically by city, rather than by dealer name.

In addition to dealer name, address and phone number, a link to the dealer's website and another to Construction Equipment Guide's dealer page will appear.On the Construction Equipment Guide dealer pages, visitors can find additional contact information, as well as links to news articles and equipment listings, when available. In some cases, a dealer history also will appear.

In addition to the 50 U.S. states, dealers are listed for Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada. Want to do some research on your own, before contacting your dealer? Construction Equipment Guide also maintains lists of used Case equipment for sale, including backhoes, excavators, skids steers and more. Search 'Case' on Construction Equipment Guide's website to read up on all the models, both new and old.

Case Products

Case manufactures a large variety of equipment, including:

  • Backhoe loaders
  • Compact track loaders
  • Compaction equipment
  • Dozers
  • Excavators
  • Forklifts
  • Motorgraders
  • Skid steer loaders
  • Tractor loaders
  • Wheel loaders
  • Attachments

  • Industry

    Case equipment is used by workers on variety of projects, including ones in:

  • Agriculture
  • Governmentand municipalities
  • Landscaping
  • Construction
  • Quarry andaggregates
  • Roads andbridges
  • Snow removal
  • Utilities
  • Waste and scrap

  • The Early Years ofCase ConstructionCase Construction has been in business for 175 years, having emerged as a company in the late 19th century.

  • 1842: Jerome Increase Case founded his company, the Racine Threshing Machine Works.
  • 1869: The company constructed the first portable steam engine, leading the way to road construction equipment.
  • 1912: Case manufactured a line of road-building equipment, including steam rollers and graders.
  • 1957: The Model 320 is introduced. This was the company's first factory-integrated tractor loader backhoe.
  • 1967: Case enters the excavator market. The company began skid steer loader production two yearslater, in 1969.