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Case to show new and upgraded machines

Case 1021G wheel loader

Company confirms impressive line-up including new G Series wheel loaders and three models from the D Series excavator range 

CASE will be showcasing a host of new and upgraded machines from across their wide range of heavy and compact lines, as well as hosting the UK heat of their Rodeo competition at Plantworx 2017.

Entering their 60th year of wheel loader production, Case’s latest generation of loaders demonstrates how the company continues to innovate and set industry standards. There will be three new G Series wheel loader models on show – the 721G MH XR, 821G and 1021G. Powered by EU Stage IV/Tier 4 Final diesel engines, the new machines have been designed to deliver proven productivity, good fuel efficiency and top performance, while visitors will also have the opportunity to see Case’s quietest and most comfortable cab to date on the G Series range.


The D Series crawler excavator line-up has gained a strong reputation for their performance, productivity, reliability and low running/operator costs, thanks to the use of Tier 4 Final (Stage IV) ‘maintenance-free’ technology. On show will be the CX130D and CX245D SR – the most powerful and efficient minimum swing radius excavator Case have ever introduced, designed for increased digging and lifting power in confined work areas.

There will also be a CX290D materials-handler which brings the performance advantages of the D Series line to the scrap and waste-handling industries. With an operating weight of 32.7 tonnes and lift capacities of up to 11.2 tonnes, it is designed specifically for use with grapples, magnets, shears and other related attachments.

Completing the Case heavy machine display will be the 1150M dozer, which offers excellent drawbar pull, exclusive SCR technology, maximum visibility, a quiet cab, adjustable operator controls and time-saving serviceability features.

In addition to the heavy equipment, Case will be showing an extensive and versatile range of compact machines, including the CX18C, CX26C and CX60C mini-excavators. With six models currently available (ranging from 1.7 to 6 tonnes) and more to be added later this year and in 2018, the latest C Series range has been designed specifically with the plant hire sector in mind, offering high performance, maximum comfort and improved safety. 

Also on show will be the Tier 4 Final CX75C and CX80C midi excavators, and TR270 compact tracked loader which is said to offer some of the best breakout forces and one of the widest cabs available on this type of machine.


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