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Must-Have Equipment Features and Options for Snow Removal Applications from CASE

Properly outfitting construction equipment for work in winter’s harsh conditions can protect it, lower your total cost of ownership and ensure a safe and productive environment for both employees and machines. In this article, we’ll look at four of the most popular machine types used for snow removal applications – backhoe loaders, wheel loaders, compact […]

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Winter is Coming: How to Properly Prepare Equipment for Winter from CASE

With the winter months quickly approaching, contractors and business owners have to start thinking about preparing their equipment for harsh winter weather conditions. Whether working in the freezing temperatures or storing equipment for the season, companies need to ensure proper winter maintenance to avoid costly problems come spring. Engine Maintenance When it comes to a […]

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New Dozer and Excavator Models Deliver Speed and Fuel Efficiency for KO Pipeline on Ohio Gathering Line Project

One of the challenges for any new company is how to put capital equipment in place to get that very first job done. Kim Ozalas, owner and operator of KO Pipeline, was no different as her company embarked on its first project in 2014. KO Pipeline has kept busy in its first two seasons of […]

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CASE, Local Dealers Donate Equipment for Kip Moore’s “Comeback Kid” Skatepark Project

CASE Construction Equipment and regional dealers ASCO Equipment (Texas) and Diamond Equipment (Tennessee) have donated equipment to the construction of two skate parks as part of multi-platinum country music star Kip Moore’s “Comeback Kid” Skatepark Project. The equipment, including skid steers and backhoes, is being used for grading and excavation, and assisting in the construction […]

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Purpose Contracting Weighs in on Skid Steer Selection from CASE

Having a strong base is important in asphalt and in life. For Purpose Contracting, of the Town of Norway, Wisconsin, it’s their motto. Founded as a landscaping company 18 years ago, the company evolved into a full-service asphalt and concrete contractor with 12 employees and 15 pieces of equipment. “We take our job seriously and […]

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Eight Tips for Managing Excavator Owning and Operating Costs from CASE

As a business owner, there are always factors that are out of your hands. However, effectively managing the things that you CAN control will save you time and money, and will have a positive impact on your bottom line. Here are eight considerations that can help you manage your overall operating costs, sharpen your bids […]

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Excavator Hydraulics, Fuel Efficiency Stand Out for Florida Highway Contractor and Materials Producer

The post-recession construction industry has spurred a number of success stories – one of which is Tampa Bay, Florida’s BP Construction Group. Three-and-a-half years ago, R.G. Stathas and his cousin, Nick DiGiulio, started the company with one machine. They ran a single excavator out of Bridal Path Pit in nearby Lutz, which spawned the name […]

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The Buying Tip Sheet on Wheel Loaders from CASE

Tip #1: Size it Right   The primary factors to consider when purchasing a wheel loader are operating capacity (bucket size, breakout and lift capacity) and footprint. The right size of a wheel loader is often determined by surrounding equipment and operations. Some important questions to ask: How much material needs to be moved on […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Own a Compact Wheel Loader from CASE

When deciding what new machine to add to their fleet, operators are faced with a variety of options, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. With its fuel efficiency and durability, the compact wheel loader should be at the top of the list. Compact wheel loaders are normally defined as smaller-sized wheel loaders with 80 […]

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Tips for Keeping Your Equipment Running During the Hot, Hot Summer From CASE

Summertime means hotter temperatures, humidity, increased sun exposure and dry conditions. All of that, combined with a heavy summer workload, can result in a new set of maintenance and equipment challenges. Increased heat and humidity forces components to work harder than normal and wear at a faster rate. Preventative maintenance and close monitoring of machines […]

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The Equipment Walkaround From CASE

Equipment manufacturers talk a lot about advanced technology – and with good reason – but one of the most important actions an equipment owner or operator can take for the good of their machine requires very little technology at all: the pre- and post-operation walkaround. Equipment owners likely do this now, to an extent – […]

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Wheel Loader Helps Contractor Achieve Sustainability from CASE

With 27 years in business and a mission statement of “Bioservices to grow on,” Chamness Technology focuses on capturing organic matter and converting it into something of value. With four compost sites located throughout the Midwest, the company takes commercial and industrial organic streams of material and converts it into soil-enhancing compost. For Chamness, the […]

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