Inventor Jerome Case established the business of CASE within Racine, when he started the construction of threshing machinery. Later the business gained recognition internationally as the first builder of steam engines for its agricultural application. Eventually, the company grew to become the world's biggest manufacturers of steam engines.
By 1912, Case had become established within the construction machinery industry. The quickly started to produce road building machines like graders and steam rollers. Case grew their construction equipment company through different acquisitions, beginning with the American Tractor Corporation during 1957. Case had expanded their business by the middle part of the 1990s to become the leading producer of light-sized to medium-sized construction machinery.
Case merged with the corporation New Holland during 1999 and together they became CNH Global. This business became responsible for advertising some of the leading brands of construction and agricultural machines in the globe.
Case has been responsible for many industry firsts, while continuing to this day to take a role creating new products and solutions for the materials handling business. At present, Case makes 15 lines of equipment! They have designed and engineered more than 90 different units so as to effectively handle your toughest construction challenges. In over 150 nations, there are manufacturing and sales supported and Case serves the requirements of all their clients across the globe.
Unrivaled Visibility - Field of vision is a really crucial factor with any lift truck operation. Case forklifts are engineered and designed with this in mind and they take pride in offering the best possible view for the worksite.
Load Control - The G-Series by Case has 3 forklifts in its lineup that all offer load control. This feature provides smooth operation and minimal chain stress. These factors translate into reduced maintenance costs at the end of the day.
Operator Comfort - In a comfortable work environment, more work would be completed. Ideal seating options and simple to use operator controls are key. Case has rough-terrain lift trucks which are dependable and powered with Tier III-certified 80 horsepower, 60kW Case Family Engines. This technology provides power to spare and would enable you to easily accomplish your workload. Statistics prove that the more comfortable an operator is during their shift, with ergonomic controls and a functional working environment, the better performance they will have.
Fast Lift Speed - These machinery provide industry-leading lift speeds of 32 m or 105 feet per minute by operator command. This important feature will allow you to remain productive in the most difficult material handling settings.