CASE Construction Equipment launches product line at EXCON

CASE Construction Equipment on Tuesday launched a slew of products, including a backhoe loader, vibratory roller, excavator and motor grader, as the company seeks to strengthen its position in the domestic construction equipment market.

The new machines were rolled out on the inaugural day of South Asia’s largest construction equipment (CE) industry trade show, EXCON.

CASE Construction is part of CNH Industrial which celebrates 180 years of its creation.

”We are delighted to be part of the largest CE exhibition in South Asia, celebrating our 180 years of serving the construction industries across the globe and making a strong statement on future development with our new product launches.

“At CASE India, our passion is to provide the best quality to our customers in India as well as international customers. Our recently launched state-of-the-art Indian Technology Center will significantly contribute to the development of smart, sustainable and technologically advanced equipment for India and export markets,” said Fabrizio Cepollina, Vice President, CNH Industrial Construction Segment in Africa. , Middle East and Asia-Pacific AME and APAC.

The highly anticipated 49.5hp 770 NXe backhoe loader made its debut alongside the 770 EX Plus and 851 FX CP variants, the company said.

In addition, the CX220C LC excavator, 1107EX compactor and 845C motor grader were also deployed at the EXCON, he said.

”We are delighted to participate in the EXCON show which takes place after a long period of global turmoil. Going forward, we are optimistic that the construction industry in India is entering a phase of sustained demand,” said Alok Jha, Director of Sales and Marketing for India and SAARC at CASE. Construction Equipment.

The company is taking advantage of this momentum to introduce its range of products designed, developed and manufactured in India, he said.

“We believe that CASE, with its new and existing products, has strong potential to become a trusted supplier of construction equipment to the world,” added Jha.

“We are aligned with the central government’s ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ and ‘made in India’ campaigns and have worked hard to focus more on localizing our product line,” said Satendra Tiwari, Factory Manager, CASE Construction Equipment.

CASE India develops and manufactures products for India and 30 other countries, he said, adding that most of the equipment made at the company’s Pithampur factory contains 75% local content.

CASE India said it presented 10 models at the exhibition from its existing equipment lineup. Additionally, CASE also showcased the engine technologies that power its equipment in the domestic and international market, according to the statement.

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