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CASE Construction Equipment lands a 12-excavator deal

CASE Construction Equipment dealer Dennis Barnfield Ltd recently completed the sale of 12 excavators to Ruttle Plant Hire in the UK.

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This represents Ruttle’s third order of multiple CASE excavators in the last year, the latest of which is destined for the company’s general fleet of machines.

 

“The quality and reliability of our existing CASE fleet was the driver behind our decision to purchase these 12 excavators,” said Gareth Ruttle, director of Ruttle Plant Hire. “We operate a large fleet of premium machines, all under two-years old, and due to positive feedback from customers and operators, we are beginning to invest more heavily in CASE machines.

“We know that these new machines will deliver the level of performance, efficiency and reliability that we’ve come to expect from CASE,” he continued. “This large order was handled seamlessly by Dennis Barnfield Ltd, and that was a huge bonus, meaning the process from procurement to delivery was quick and simple.”

 

The 12 machines included:

  • Four CASE CX130D excavators.
  • Four CASE CX210D excavators.
  • Two CASE CX300D excavators.
  • One CASE CX350D excavator.
  • One CASE CX370D excavator.

Of these, the CX350D and CX370D are running the recently introduced Stage V engines, while the remaining excavators are all Stage IV Final. In addition to the 12 machines mentioned above, Ruttle also took an order for six CASE CX210D excavators late last year and several CASE CX80C models earlier this year.

 

“We are delighted to have established such a strong and trusted relationship with Ruttle Plant Hire,” said Mal Mackay, sales director at Dennis Barnfield Ltd.

 

“Being able to coordinate an order of this size for a key customer demonstrates both our strengths as a dealership and the efficiency of the CASE manufacturing and shipping process. We delivered the machines when the customer needed them, without delay, and the whole process ran smoothly from start to finish. Initial feedback on this latest order has been excellent, with both us and Ruttle looking to grow the relationship even further in the coming months.”

 

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