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Case appoint new importer in Norway

Case appoint Norway importer

A-K Anleggsmaskiner to provide full-line sales, service and parts in southern and central Norway

CASE Construction Equipment have announced the appointment of A-K Anleggsmaskiner AS as their importer to provide sales, service and parts support to customers in southern and central Norway.

‘As a subsidiary of A-K Maskiner AS, A-K Anleggsmaskiner AS can count on more than 50 years of experience as a leading supplier of agricultural equipment in Norway,’ said Barbara Caporali, business director for Case Construction Equipment in the Nordics.


‘Over the years, the company has built an outstanding reputation for excellent service, supporting Case in the agricultural business as well as New Holland in both agricultural and construction equipment product lines.

‘With the appointment, high-quality service will be extended to new and existing Case customers in southern and central Norway, providing dedicated support from its established sales and service teams.’

Previously Case products were only available in the north of the country, where Dagenborg Maskin AS have represented Case successfully for many years and will continue to do so.

Andy Blandford, head of the CNH Industrial Construction Equipment business in Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA), commented: ‘This appointment is part of our plan to increase Case coverage in the Nordics region and to improve our after-sales performance still further. A-K Anleggsmaskiner are excellent partners and we look forward to working with them to grow our construction equipment in Norway.’

A-K Anleggsmaskiner will support Case customers from their headquarters and showroom in Kløfta, near Oslo, backed up by an extensive dealer network and large fleet of service vans.

‘We are pleased to bring Case Construction Equipment to the market as we are convinced that the brand is a perfect fit with our business and we look forward to establishing and developing Case in the region,’ said Henrik Schiller, managing director of A-K Anleggsmaskiner.


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