Case to show latest rental friendly range at ARA Show
12 February 2024
Case Construction Equipment will exhibit a range of “practical innovation machinery” to support the rental industry at the ARA Show next week.
From its loaders range, Case will bring its Utility Plus backhoe loader that it designed for a number of applications, including landscaping, agriculture, general construction and utility work.
Case said the 74hp (55kw) unit delivers “full-sized backhoe performance in a flexible, efficient platform that is easy to own, easy to maintain and easy on the bottom line.”
It features Extendahoe and attachment performance via one-way auxiliary hydraulic and maintenance-free emissions system with no DPF or DEF. Mechanical and pilot controls are also available to accommodate varying operator preferences.
Another new launch in the loader space is the telescopic SL12 TR small articulated loader, which is said to deliver an “extra-long reach for customers who need to load trucks or move material in hard-to-reach places.”
The 2.6 tonne SL12 TR, which is making its ARA Show debut, is powered by a Stage V Kubota engine and offers 2,820mm lifting height and articulated steering which minimises damage to ground surfaces.
Another ARA Show debutant is the TL100 stand-on mini track loader with a maximum operating weight of 1.7 tonnes and 1 tonne capacity. Also powered by a Stage V Kubota engine, the machine is described as a “versatile model that offers rental businesses a powerful platform for minimizing manual work at a lower total cost of ownership than the typical machine.”
The company will also show a number of machines in the mini excavator space, including an all-electric model. Other exhibits include its B Series compact track loader models, a rough-terrain forklift with a brand-new option for a factory designed, built and installed cab and a range of attachments.
Terry Dolan, vice president, North America, Case Construction Equipment, said, “The equipment rental industry is an extremely competitive space, and to keep ahead, rental businesses need versatile equipment and strong dealer support that can deliver a bigger return on their investments.
“That’s why Case has revamped its lineup with new swift, smart, smooth machines that pack more punch for the price, and we’re backing those machines with unmatched support across North America.”