IN the last edition of Project Plant we revealed that Case Constrction Equipment had taken the largest stand in the history of the ScotPlant exhibition.
They will be showcasing a wide range of exciting machines with Hodge Plant, their recently-appointed dealer in Scotland.
The line-up is set to feature crawler excavators, wheeled loaders, wheeled excavator and midi excavators. The compact range display will have skid steers loaders, mini excavators and a backhoe loader.
In a special attraction, Case will be hosting the first UK round of their Case Rodeo challenge, where participants will undertake a series of tasks designed to test their skill and speed.
The attractive prize for the winners will be a slot in the European final in Paris later in 2014.
It’s been a busy time for Case lately. A team of their engineers and Japanese excavator partner Sumitomo Construction Machinery has been meeting European customers across the Nordic region to listen to operator feedback and assess the changing demands of customers in the field.
The voice of the customer plays a central role in the development of future generations of machinery for Case and these visits continue the constant search for improvements of Case excavators.
The majority of excavators in Nordic countries operate with a rotor tilt attachment, adding to the versatility and utilization of these essential machines. This precision operation is of particular interest to the Case Sumitomo engineering team, as the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System (CIHS) that was introduced with the C Series excavators continues to lead the field in precise control and operator feedback.