Ten years in the making for Case
Case Construction are excited to announce the launch of their new CX145C 14 tonne excavator in the CX-C Series range and to celebrate, Case Construction will be showcasing the machine at national launches from November 15th which will give customers a chance to book a test drive, win prizes and find out more about the Case CX-C range of excavators.
The new CX145C is equipped with an Intelligent Hydraulic System (IHS) ensuring the hydraulic load and flow are matched to the task with minimum fuel usage. The machine also offers a minimal swing radius allowing better access and less chance of job site damage.
Case Product Manager Scott O'Hare says the new model shows just how far the Case product range has developed.
“It really underlines our strategy of offering a business edge through better performance. Offering up to 15% better fuel efficiency, the C-Series can mean significant extra profit, in the thousands each month. With a 5% faster cycle than previous models, tests prove up to ten more trucks can be filled per shift, so you can calculate the business benefits in big dollars.”
Operators have reported greatly enhanced satisfaction and lower fatigue in long shifts through the industry leading fine control, greater cab space, improved air conditioning performance, see through skylight and best-in-class soundproofing.
“The unrivalled cabin visibility gets lots of feedback. We all know how important it is to see who’s around you and our rear view camera comes with a large well-placed monitor. The Case 14 tonne CX145C is an exciting introduction to this market and perfectly matched to sit alongside our larger models in the CX-C range.”
Information about the launches and how to attend can be found at
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