CASE India rolls out 20,000th Vibratory Compactor in India

The facility is the sole manufacturing hub for CASE’s compactors globally in CNH.

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CASE India rolls out 20,000th Vibratory Compactor in India

CASE Construction Equipment, a brand of CNH, has produced its 20,000th Vibratory Compactor, from its Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh facility. The company is now aiming to ramp up their production capacity to 10,000 units for all products annually by next year, making it the second-largest manufacturing facility by CNH globally and CASE’s largest export hub.

At this moment, the facility exports the range of compactors to 44 countries and caters to the construction equipment requirements of over 105 countries across Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, Latin America, in addition to India.

Shalabh Chaturvedi, Managing Director, CASE Construction Equipment – India & SAARC region said, "Our India facility has been essential to our global operations, demonstrating the industrial capabilities of the country. We believe, this accomplishment will not only add value to our India operations, but are also a step towards Viksit Bharat." 

With eight unique models in its compactor portfolio, the manufacturing facility caters to both domestic and foreign markets and provide a wide range of alternatives, including soil and asphalt compactors in addition to vibratory compactors. 

"The company's commitment to consistently invest in technological advancements and process upgrades has allowed us to enjoy a leadership position in the segment," said Satendra Tiwari, the Operations Director, CNH. 

CASE India offers a complete range of construction equipment localized in Pithampur, including compactors, excavators, backhoe loaders. CASE has also recently introduced Skid Steer Loaders, which is manufactured by an all women production line.


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