Case Construction Equipment launches centers for used equipment

By |  March 18, 2021

Case Construction Equipment Case ReNew CentersCase Construction Equipment launched the first official Case ReNew Centers in partnership with dealers Associated Supply Co. (ASCO), Hills Machinery and RPM Machinery.

The Case ReNew Centers will thoroughly inspect, service and recondition Case lease returns and other used Case equipment, which will then be sold through Case dealers, the company says. The centers also feature certified technicians and offer reconditioning services for used equipment.

“This partnership with these dealers represents the first wave of Case ReNew Centers that will appear in high-volume used equipment markets across the U.S. and Canada,” says Terry Dolan, head of Case Construction Equipment in North America. “We now offer equipment buyers a range of used equipment reconditioning services and purchase price points to best fit their needs and investment strategies.”

According to Case, the company offers three levels of used equipment:

• Standard. Basic sale/trade-in (includes all competitive equipment). This category is ideal for price-driven buyers who prefer “as-is” transactions and repairing their own equipment, the company says.

• Case ReNew. Case used or lease return equipment that has been serviced and repaired to retail-ready condition, functionality and performance. It has also been inspected by a Case-certified technician.

• Case Certified Used (where available). Certified used equipment undergoes a 100-plus point inspection, including extensive fluid testing and repair by a Level 2 Case-certified technician and the use of Case Genuine or REMAN Parts, the company says. Equipment availability varies by dealer and currently includes only Case skid-steers and compact track loaders.

The first Case ReNew Centers are located in Euless, Texas (ASCO); Columbia, South Carolina, and Charlotte, North Carolina (Hills Machinery); and Lebanon, Indiana (RPM Machinery).

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) is a former Associate Editor for Pit & Quarry.

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