Ruttle adds Case excavators to fleet

02 September 2019

UK-based Ruttle Plant Hire has added to its fleet 12 Case Construction Equipment excavators from Case dealer Dennis Barnfield.

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Among the 12 Case excavators ordered was a CX370D

This represents Ruttle’s third order of multiple Case excavators in the last year. Ruttle also took an order for six of Case’s CX210D excavators late last year and several Case CX80C models earlier this year.

Gareth Ruttle, Director, Ruttle Plant Hire, said, “We operate a large fleet of premium machines, all under two-years old, and due to positive feedback from customers and operators we are beginning to invest more heavily in Case machines.”

The excavator order comprises four CX130D models, four CX210D models, two CX300D models, one CX350D, and one CX370D.

Of these, the CX350D and CX370D are running the recently introduced Stage V engines, while the remaining excavators are all Stage IV Final.

Ruttle said, “We know that these new machines will deliver the level of performance, efficiency and reliability that we’ve come to expect from Case.”

Anthony Bouvié, Business Director Northern Europe, Case Construction Equipment, said, “The excavator line is an important part of our fleet and one in which we continue to invest significant development resources.”

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