Case parts: components of a glorious history

For so many years we have been actively collaborating with Case Construction Equipment, following the manufacturer through acquisitions and mergers until our transition to the Korean Doosan Infracore Group.

It cannot be said that, after dozens of years of collaboration, Case still does not have an important place in our hearts; a place that is embodied in a well-stocked spare parts warehouse, which can also count on many unobtainable part numbers for brands such as Case Construction, Case Poclain or Orenstain & Koppel. Brands that have made history and still have so many machines, with years of work on their backs that work profitably on our construction sites and in agriculture and need parts to work (new, used and reconditioned).

But why so many machines? Definitely because the brands have made the history of earthmoving equipment (it is still an honor for us to have a significant availability of spare parts) and that is why we want to walk through it with you.

1842 - Racine Threshing Machine Works was founded by Jerome Increase Case, he made threshing machines

1865 - J.I. Case Company was founded, whose logo (the Eagle) was the Wisconsin Civil War Regiment mascot

1869 - Case built the first transportable steam engine, forerunner of all road construction equipment

1912 - Case introduces and markets a full range of road construction machines

1957 - Out of the Case plants comes the Case 320, the world's first backhoe loader to come off an industrialized line

1969 - Case also begins to manufacture skid steer loaders

1972 - Case acquires French manufacturer Poclain (see here for new, used and reconditioned Poclain parts we have available)

1994 - J.I. Case Company becomes Case Equipment Corporation (see here for new, used and reconditioned Case Construction Equipment parts we have available)

1999 - Case Construction Equipment merges with New Holland Agricolture to give rise to CNH Global

2014 - Agreement between Sumitomo and Case Construction Equipment for licensed production of crawler excavators (see here Case Construction Equipment's new, used and reconditioned parts for machines produced under Sumitomo license).

For all the Case history info there is the company's institutional website:

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