CASE launched a host of new ranges and celebrated its 180th Anniversary at CII EXCON 2021

1st June 2022
CASE launched a host of new ranges and celebrated its 180th Anniversary at CII EXCON 2021

CASE celebrated its legacy of 180 years serving construction industries around the world and made a strong statement about future development with the unveiling of a host of new products at the CII EXCON 2021 fair in Bengaluru, India.

CASE Construction Equipment made an impact at the 11th edition of the International Construction Equipment and Construction Technology Trade Fair, one of the industry’s biggest exhibitions in South Asia with an impressive stand, the launch of an array of new products and the celebrations for its 180th Anniversary.

CASE unveiled to the public the highly anticipated CASE 770 NXe Loader Backhoe, which offers the perfect balance between power and efficiency. The new-generation hydraulics with variable displacement pump, coupled with the proven FPT S8000 49.5hp engine, delivers exceptional productivity without compromise in all applications. The CASE DNA S-shaped boom offers better reach on the ground and on high body trucks, better transport height, and uninterrupted visibility.

Also on display at the exhibition was also the versatile and dynamic 770 EX Plus, featuring a high torque electronic engine backed by a modern hydraulics system to provide more output per litre, and the 851 FX CP, known for its FPT engine technology that generates 97 hp and delivers a class leading 453Nm torque.

The new CX220C LC-HD crawler excavator marks the beginning of excavator manufacturing at the Pithampur plant. Designed to handle tough applications, it is perfectly suited to working in stone quarry, road works, general construction and earthwork and has proved its reliability, efficiency and versatility working on job sites in India in various conditions.

CASE, leader in vibratory compactors, has extended its offering with the new 1107EX featuring a standard drive and smooth drum for multi-purpose activities and standard compaction jobs, and the 1107EX PD with pad foot drum and double drive designed for compressing more cohesive materials.

The new 845C Motor Grader unveiled at the show is a powerful machine perfect for infrastructure and mining projects. It features the electronically controlled FPT 6.7L turbocharged BS (CEV) IV diesel engine generating variable Horsepower at 220 rpm - 193HP /205 HP / 220 HP. The intelligent hydraulic system with a load sensor allows operators to regulate the moldboard from the cabin, resulting in increased productivity and comfort.

CASE also showcased its product offering with an impressive display of 10 models from its existing range of equipment, including a 952 EX and 450 DX Vibratory Compactors, and a 2050M Dozer, as well as the engine technologies that power its equipment in India and in exports markets.

The brand also held a press conference on its stand for the print and web media, which was very well attended by representatives of more than 30 publications. Speaking at the event, Fabrizio Cepollina, Vice President CNH Industrial Construction Segment in Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific, outlined the brand’s strategy for the Indian market and its plans for growth.

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