With a show-stopping motorcycle trials display to draw the crowds, a host of new and improved machinery and the chance to win a trip to test drive the new CASE Construction Equipment dozers at the Case Customer Centre Paris at Baum 2010. Once again the Case motorcycle trials team will put on regular displays of agility and skill that will leave visitors wide-eyed with amazement. Hopping, bouncing and jumping their bikes from machine to machine, the riders will move up from mini excavators to compact tracked loaders and wheel loaders to
The new Case dozers will take centre stage on the static display area of the Case stand, where the hall will be dominated by a 70 tonne giant, in the CX700 B ME excavator. Earthmoving customers will also be able to take a closer look at the CX470B in HRD demolition specification, while a standard boom CX290B will complete the heavy excavator line-up. Also on show will be an 821E wheel loader, complete with the new joystick steering option, alongside the largest loader in the Case range, the 1221E. Utility, road repair and rental customers have not been forgotten, with the WX95, WX145 and WX185 Series 2 all making an appearance, alongside a CX 135SR complete with multifit coupler.
The CX17B and CX50B excavators will provide customers with an opportunity to try the Case mini excavator for size, while a 420 Series 3 skid steer loader shows what can be achieved by a compact machine on wheels. And of course a Case 580SR Series 3 backhoe loader will provide the ultimate in multi-purpose machinery. Visitors to the stand will be able to talk with machinery specialists from around the world, to find solutions to their construction equipment requirements. Backed up by finance from CNH Capital, and an experienced network of dealers and distributors, the Case stand offers the full construction and industrial equipment experience.
With the launch at Bauma of the powerful 1650L and 1150K Case dozers (already available in Australia), there will be an exciting chance to win a trip to test drive these powerful machines at the Case Customer Centre Paris in France. The competition offers the chance for two people to spend two days at the new Case Customer Centre, which offers an unrivalled demonstration and test experience, including the opportunity to put the new Case dozers through their paces.