CASE showcase line-up at Hillhead 2022 to include ten models from the new E-Series crawler excavators and new D-Series Mini-Excavator range

11th May 2022
CASE showcase line-up at Hillhead 2022

The media is invited to visit CASE Construction Equipment’s stand X6 at Hillhead on 21-23 June 2022 to explore the market-leading machines launched during 2022 to date, 2021 machine launches and to celebrate CASE’s 180th anniversary. CASE experts will be on hand to answer detailed product questions, including aftermarket specialists to explain the benefits of CASE® Service Solutions and financing options.

According to Joseph O’Grady, Business Director Northern Europe, CASE Construction Equipment, the stand offers the first post-pandemic opportunity to see the breadth and depth of CASE machine and solutions range: “We’re excited to be at a live event where our customers and media partners can experience the E-Series crawler excavators, the SV-Series backhoe loader, the G-Series wheel loader and, launched last week, the D-Series Mini-Excavator range.“

Machines on display on the stand and in the quarry at Hillhead
The impressive line-up includes 3 excavators from its new E-Series crawler excavator range and 7 models from the newly launched D-Series Mini-Excavator range, including one of the electric machines. This 2022 excavator line-up is joined by an SV-Series backhoe loader and G-Series Evolution wheel loader, both launched in 2021, alongside a skid steer and compact track loader.

So journalists and customers can fully appreciate the power and efficiency of CASE excavators in action, the static displays are complemented by a CASE CX300E crawler-excavator working in the quarry. Product experts and experienced operator trainers from CASE will be on hand to answer questions about the features of the machines on display and how they perform.

CASE crawler excavator range offers unrivalled versatility
With last week’s launch of the D-Series Mini-Excavator range to complement the E-Series launched in March 2022, CASE’s excavator line-up features unrivalled agility and versatility, offering a machine optimised for every application. Hillhead visitors will see one of the larger E-Series models, the CX300E, in action in the quarry. Static displays include three E-Series crawler excavators; the CX130E, CX210E and CX250E.

For the first time in the UK, 7 CASE D-Series Mini-Excavator models will be on display: CX12D, CX19D, CX25D, CX35D, CX50D, CX65TR and the CX15EV electric mini-excavator. Manufactured at dedicated European plants, the new D-Series benefits from the synergies of innovation, technology, expertise and production that follow the acquisition of Sampierana by CNH Industrial in 2021.

Notable in Hillhead’s line-up are the uniquely sized 1.2-tonne CX12-D, the 2.5-3.5-tonne CX25D and CX35D offering medium capabilites and the two-piece boom CX65TR that delivers power and flexibility.

O’Grady concludes: “Hillhead 2022 presents an opportunity for us to celebrate the continuation of CASE’s 180 years of innovation with live demonstrations of our latest market-leading machines to customers and the media, alongside learning from CASE experts about the extensive aftermarket solutions that keep these machines in optimal condition.”

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