Case offers factory-fit machine control for dozers

By Jenny LescohierMarch 08, 2021

Case is working to simplify the acquisition process for its M Series dozers with the new factory-fit option

Case now offers factory-fit machine control on its 750M through 2050M dozers in a move to make ordering and implementation of the technology simpler and easier for owners.

The new offering includes factory installed and calibrated 2D, dual mast 3D and SiteControl CoPilot solutions from Leica Geosystems. The option aims to simplify acquisition and allow dozer owners to group the machine control solution of their choice in with the initial purchase of the machine.

Watch for more info about the Case factory-fit option

Case said the option combines all elements of the investment into a single payment, financing package and interest rate. It can also increase the residual/resale value of the machine. 

“When the machine arrives at the dealer, it is calibrated and ready to go,” said Jeremy Dulak, product manager, Case Construction Equipment. “The machine and the system are purpose-built together and calibrated using Case World Class Manufacturing (WCM) processes, ensuring system integrity and helping dozer owners and operators get up and running immediately once they’ve decided on a machine.”

Dulak continued, “Machine control continues to evolve, and adoption continues to grow throughout the industry as contractors realize the gains in productivity, efficiency and quality. This makes it easier than ever for Case dozer buyers to implement machine control and realize those benefits immediately.”

There are currently six dozer models in the Case M Series available to the North American market.

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