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Case Construction Equipment wins industry awards

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Case’s loader/backhoes, crawler dozer and skid-steers were recognized by construction publications.

| January 12, 2011

RACINE, Wis – Case Construction Equipment received awards from two construction industry publications for several new products.

The Case N Series loader/backhoes were honored in both the Aggregates Manager Top 25 Rollouts of 2010 and the Construction Equipment Top 100 Products list. The Case 650L crawler dozer and the Case 400 Series 3 skid-steer loaders also appeared on the Construction Equipment Top 100 Products list.

In its annual recognition of the industry’s most significant product introductions, Construction Equipment selected the Case N Series loader/backhoes based on “a newly designed backhoe; expanded transmission choices; increased breakout forces – front and back; greater lift capacities with the new Power Lift feature; new auxiliary hydraulics; side-lighting package; and, in the cab, enhanced visibility and operator comfort.”

New products included in the publication’s list recognize the top equipment based on advances in technology, new product lines, significant improvements to existing products or a product that increases competition in its field.

The Case 400 Series 3 skid steer loaders include “convincing features that made impressive leaps over their predecessors’ capabilities,” the magazine said. The Case 650L crawler dozer “delivers power in a scaled-down package,” the magazine said.

The Aggregates Manager Top 25 Rollouts of 2010 highlighted the N Series loader/backhoes, citing the machines’ Power Lift feature that delivers superior lift capabilities. The publication’s editors review new products throughout the year and select the most impactful products in each product category, based on productivity, cost savings and other factors.

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