Racine, WI – CASE Construction Equipment is launching an all-new lineup of mini track loaders and small articulated loaders, giving small contractors construction-grade muscle to knock down more jobs faster and more profitably than ever before. Having made their first appearance at Equipment Expo in Louisville, Kentucky this October, the new product lines from CASE highlights how landscapers and other small contractors can overcome labor challenges and get more done with right-sized machines.
The new stand-on TL100 mini track loader, hitting equipment yards this fall, will offer crews a powerful attachment platform in a compact, easy-to-maneuver and easy-to-transport machine. And the new line of six small articulated loaders — including a telescopic model available this fall and an all-electric model launching in early 2024 — will give contractors a wide variety of options and power ranges to meet their unique challenges. Both product lines bring a new level of power and flexibility to small machines so contractors can tackle more jobs with less manual labor.
“We’re continuing to transform the way work gets done with new, smaller machines that leverage all the weight and power of a global, full-line manufacturer that’s more than 180-years strong.” says Ryan Anderson, product manager, MTL/SAL, CASE Construction Equipment. “The new mini track loaders and small articulated loaders will help contractors of any size reduce tedious labor, minimize their footprint and upsize the amount of work they can get done with a pickup truck and a trailer.”
New Mini Track Loader Brings More Maneuverability and Muscle to Small Jobs
With an operating capacity of 1,000 pounds and a super compact profile that can easily maneuver through yard gates, tree groves and other tight areas, the new TL100 mini track loader gives contractors a powerful, cost-effective option for upleveling productivity on small jobs. The 24-horsepower machine also features a 14-pin electrical connector and a Common Industry Interface for maximum attachment flexibility and performance. With over 40 attachment options available, the TL100 can handle the work of multiple laborers on jobs like digging, earth moving, setting fence posts, grappling brush and grading.
“It’s a massive upgrade from a shovel and wheelbarrow,” says Anderson. “The power, attachment flexibility and full set of premium features on this machine give teams everything they need to get more work done with fewer hands.”
The CASE TL100 comes with a lower cost of ownership than the typical machine, and thanks to its compact size, this stand-on machine is easy to transport from site to site, easy to get on and off, and causes minimal disruption to the ground. And the construction-grade build brings a new level of toughness and power to subcompact equipment, empowering crews to work more efficiently than ever with less manual work.
CASE Delivers More Range, Reach and Flexibility with New Line of Small Articulated Loaders
Starting at Equipment Expo and into 2024, CASE will release six new small articulated loaders to help contractors of all sizes meet their toughest challenges on tight jobsites. With power ranges from 24 to 74 horsepower, operating capacity from 1,500 to more than 3,000 pounds, options for diesel or fully electric, and a full range of more than 110 powerful attachments, CASE small articulated loaders are some of the most versatile machines on the market.
“When it comes to attachments on our small articulated loaders, we’re giving contractors a whole arsenal of tools to handle almost any task,” says Anderson. “But the versatility doesn’t stop there. We designed these machines with common industry couplers so contractors can also leverage a wide range of CASE and non-CASE attachments.”
Several CASE small articulated loaders, including the SL12TR model releasing this fall, feature a telescopic arm to provide an extra-long reach for loading trucks or moving material into tough-to-reach places. And where lifting capacity is a priority, CASE will offer more rugged models with traditional Z-bar loader linkage that can handle heavier loads.
CASE is also launching the all-electric SL22EV that delivers the same power as its diesel counterparts and can be fully charged in one hour. This electrified machine provides a low noise, zero-emissions solution for getting work done in a broader range of environments — whether it’s indoor work where air quality is paramount or a close-quarter residential neighborhood where contractors need to keep noise levels down.
“We’ve designed this new generation of machines with intention and practical innovation so that contractors of any size can crush it on the jobsite and grow their business,” says Anderson. “The new small machines we’re launching at Equip Expo will be invaluable to landscapers, arborists, nurseries and others.”
For more information on new CASE subcompact equipment, visit https://www.casece.com/northamerica/en-us/products/small-machines-and-tactics.