Case claims 360° approach
09 April 2018
Case Construction Equipment said it would be showing its full line of equipment and services for the construction industry at the Intermat 2018 exhibition.
Its stand is said to have been designed to reflect the brand’s 360° approach to providing solutions to customers in each business segment with equipment and services tailored to their requirements.
Case said the display on the stand would be organised to highlight the brand’s offering for the roadbuilding, urban construction, recycling and quarry sectors, and would include vehicles for the construction industry from sister brands Iveco and Iveco Astra.
It claimed the equipment on display would reflect the brand’s heavy investment in product development and new technologies, as the majority of the models on the stand would have been launched in the past 12 months.
They include the CX750D crawler excavator – the largest and most powerful machine in the Case range – and the C-Series mini excavators, an entirely new design introduced last year. Skid steer and compact track loaders, which were upgraded last year with a further increase in their horsepower, will also be on show.
An area of the stand will be dedicated to Case wheeled loaders, which will be celebrating their 60th anniversary. Case said its G-Series wheeled loader would have pride of place in the display.
Case will be taking advantage of its Case Customer Centre Paris to offer visitors the opportunity to experience the performance of its equipment at first hand. A shuttle service will be available, with transfers to and from Intermat every half hour, so that visitors will be able to test drive the latest models in real jobsite conditions with the support of Case’s expert operators.
The stand will feature an area dedicated to Case SiteSolutions, the services and technologies designed to complement the brand’s equipment. In this area, visitors will be able to learn about Case SiteWatch telematics and Case SiteControl machine control solutions that help fleet and site managers optimise machine operation, usage and maintenance.