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Case CE

Case CE, also Case Construction Equipment or simply Case, is a brand of construction equipment from CNH Global. Under this brand name, CNH Global is the fifteenth largest manufacturer of construction equipment globally.


  • History 1
  • Factories 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


For a detailed history see Case Corporation History.

The origins of Case can be traced back to 1842, when Jerome Increase Case (born in 1819) created the J I Case Company. He is recognized as the first American to create a steam engine for agricultural use. His company evolved into the Case Corporation, which merged with New Holland in 1999 to become CNH Global. The combined CNH is in the top three in the world of both construction and agricultural equipment.

February 2007 marked the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the world’s first factory-integrated tractor loader/backhoe.


CNH Global manufactures equipment under the Case brand in factories in

City Country Product
Pithampur, Indore India Loader backhoes, Compactors, Tractors
New Delhi India Tractors, Components
Belo Horizonte Brazil Graders
Berlin Germany Graders and Engineering
Burlington, Iowa United States Loader backhoes, loaders, rough terrain forklifts
Fargo, North Dakota United States Wheel loaders
Imola Italy Loader backhoes
Lecce Italy Crawler dozers, Telescopic handlers, Wheel loaders
Modena Italy Components
Piacenza Italy Articulated dump trucks
Racine, Wisconsin United States Components
Wichita, Kansas United States Skid steer loaders

It also produces construction equipment in joint-ventures in factories in:

City Country Product
Chiba Japan Excavators
Nove Mestos Czech Republic Compaction equipment
Rocky Mount, North Carolina United States Engines

See also

  • Case IH is a brand used by CNH Global for agricultural equipment.

External links

  • Case CE web site
  • Comercializadora de refacciones Case en México: Armeri
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