Case Construction Equipment

Case Construction Equipment has donated a skid steer to Wichita Habitat for Humanity, expanding the manufacturer's relationship with the international non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives through affordable home ownership. Globally, Habitat for Humanity has helped build, renovate and repair more than 600,000 decent, affordable houses sheltering more than 3 million people worldwide.

Case Construction Equipment's G Series wheel loaders feature increased technology to improve production and the overall operating experience. These latest enhancements (standard or optionally fit based on feature) are anchored by a large touchscreen display that serves as the command center for the new integrated onboard payload system, control customizations, improved telematics and streamlined operating parameters.

Case Construction Equipment dealer Diamond Equipment is currently supporting Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster response organization, in numerous operations throughout the state of Tennessee after a series of tornadoes and heavy storms moved through the region in March and April.

Case Construction Equipment's Tier IV Final PT240D pneumatic tire roller has an operating weight of 21,380 lbs. (52,910 lbs. at full ballast), a turbocharged 100-hp Deutz engine and a compaction width of 78.2 in. (198.6 cm). It is built for sub-base and asphalt compaction on large-scale road and highway projects, airport runways and other large commercial developments.

CNH Industrial N.V. has named Leandro Lecheta as the new head of construction equipment of North America, overseeing both the Case Construction Equipment and New Holland Construction Equipment businesses, as well as the CNH Industrial Aftermarket Solutions business — the company's parts and service organization.

Hills Machinery Company LLC announced Nov. 8 that it has partnered with Prophet Equity II LP to make an equity investment to acquire an interest in Hills Machinery. Headquartered in Columbia, S.C., with seven locations that serve North and South Carolina, Hills is one of the largest Case Construction dealerships in the United States, with a focus on heavy equipment offered by Case Construction, Terex Trucks, a full line of recycling products, and other leading construction equipment manufacturers.

Groff Tractor has been named a Diamond Dealer by Case Construction for the sixth year. The award recognizes dealerships across North America for excellence in five categories, including sales performance, marketing and communications, product support, parts support and training.

Case Construction Equipment and Tidewater Equipment supported Team Rubicon in a public service project and equipment training exercise at Camp Martha Johnson, a Girl Scout camp in Lizella, Ga. 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.

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.

Case Construction Equipment has awarded the $25,000 Dire States Equipment Grant to Chapin, S.C.,for the East Chapin Sewer Force Main Project. The project will install a new parallel force main to relieve pressures in the service area on the existing sewer force main and pump stations.

Case Construction Equipment celebrated 50 years of skid steer manufacturing with a ceremony on April 3rd at its Wichita, Kan. plant. Case first built skid steers in 1969 at its Burlington, Iowa, facility, before eventually moving production to Wichita.