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Case Introduces N Series Backhoes at Tomahawk Customer Center

Case Introduces N Series Backhoes at Tomahawk Customer Center

Case Construction Equipment last week unveiled to members of the media its new N Series loader/backhoe product line at the company’s Tomahawk Customer Center — a 500-acre facility located in Wisconsin’s north woods that provides hands-on product demonstrations and training to more than 2,000 visitors each year.

The new N Series represents a complete update of Case’s loader/backhoe product line, and includes four models. The company describes the N Series as “stronger everywhere,” and features include an increase in backhoe breakout force and lift, along with increased loader breakout force, lift and reach.

“The new N Series loader/backhoes are truly a game changer,” Rob Marringa, marketing manager for Case Construction Equipment told RER. “The N Series was engineered from the ground up. We’ve taken the flagship product of the Case lineup and delivered best-in-class performance from back to front. The new N Series really is ‘stronger everywhere.’ ”

The 580N, 580 Super N, 580 Super N Wide Track and 590 Super N loader/backhoes replace the company’s M Series 3 product line. The new machines all feature 4.5-liter, turbocharged engines, ranging from 79 hp in the 580N to 108 hp in the 590SN. The new machines also provide substantially improved visibility and operator comfort compared with the M Series models.

For more information on the new N Series backhoe/loaders, visit

Case Construction Equipment sells and supports a full line of construction equipment globally, including the loader/backhoes, articulated trucks, excavators, telescopic handlers, motor graders, wheel loaders, vibratory compaction rollers, crawler dozers, skid steers, compact track loaders and rough-terrain forklifts.

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