CASE Construction Equipment’s (stand X6) will have an impressive line-up of 20 machines at Hillhead including no less than 12 machines from its recently launched E-Series Excavator and D-Series Mini Excavator Range, which will be the first time they’ve been on display in the UK.
CASE experts, including aftermarket and finance specialists will also be on hand to answer detailed questions about their new products and the benefits of CASE® Service Solutions and financing options.
Machines On Display
The impressive line-up includes the CX250E, CX210E, CX130E from its new E-Series crawler excavator range and the CX12D, CX19D, CX25D, CX35D, CX50D, CX65TR and CX15EV electric from the newly launched D-Series Mini-Excavator range. The line-up will also include an 590SV backhoe loader and 721G and 821G wheel loaders, both launched in 2021, and a SR210 skid steer.
Several excavators including the mighty CX750D will be in action in the quarry alongside a CX300E, CX250E and 921G wheel loader.
CASE 180th Anniversary Charity ‘Old Abe’ Carving
This year CASE is celebrating its 180th Anniversary. As part of the celebrations, CASE has partnered with Stihl and environmental artist Simon O’Rourke who will be carving a statue of ‘Old Abe’, the company’s faithful mascot since 1842, from a tree trunk using electric chainsaws live on CASE’s stand.
The finished carving will be auctioned off during Hillhead via sealed bids with all proceeds being donated to the construction industry charity, the Lighthouse Club. With only six ‘Old Abe’ carved statues globally, they have become extremely valuable and sought-after collectables and this one will be no exception.