In the construction industry, CASE manufactures backhoes, compact track loaders, crawler dozers, compaction equipment, excavators, forklifts, motor graders, skid steer loaders, tractor loaders, wheel loaders, and attachments. For agricultural applications, their product line includes tractors, combines, planters, sprayers, floaters, cultivators, rippers, mowers, and balers.

CASE has been manufacturing agricultural equipment since it was founded in 1842 (then known as the Racine Threshing Works) by Jerome I. Case and construction related equipment since 1912. CASE eventually merged with International Harvester, New Holland, and later Fiat to form CNH Global.

The original means of propulsion for CASE equipment was steam and the developed the first portable steam engine, but as the technology evolved so did CASE equipment. They pioneered the factory integrated loader/backhoe in the late 1950s, entered the excavator market in 1967, and acquired Poclain excavators just ten years later. By 1981, CASE had entered the wheel loader market. They began producing skid steer loaders in 1969 and became the first manufacturer to offer ride control on them in 1998. In 2011, they began to focus on Tier 4 requirements and continue to update and innovate.

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