Case is entering a new equipment market with the introduction of seven new small articulated loader models.

The product lineup will span diesel and electrified solutions with both fixed and telescopic booms as well as attachment flexibility across Case’s lineup of compact and sub-compact loaders.

So far, Case has announced the telescopic SL12 TR, the electrified SL22EV, and the telescopic SL35 TR small articulated loaders.  

“The articulated design matched with lightweight and turf tires allows for excellent agility that doesn’t tear up existing turf or other surfaces, all while still operating in a very compact footprint,” says Brady Lewis, product manager for Case Construction Equipment. “And with a wide range of attachment options, these loaders are the ultimate support machines both for work in the yard and on-site, on turf and on improved surfaces.”

“The new small articulated loader lineup represents a very intentional bridge between our existing lineup of skid steers, compact track loaders and compact wheel loaders, and the new mini track loader line.”

Case’s Compact Strategy

As Case expands its compact and sub-compact loader fleet, attachment flexibility will be a major strategy. The small size of the new articulated loader line will share attachment commonality with the new mini track loader (MTL) fleet, while the larger models in the range will share compatibility with Case’s standard skid steer and compact track loader attachments. 

As well, the addition of telescopic booms on rubber-tired loaders introduces a new dimension of versatility and performance to the Case product lineup.

The electrified SL22EV further builds out the manufacturer’s electric vehicle portfolio, delivering solutions that work indoors or outdoors while providing operators with a quiet and comfortable loader solution — all while eliminating emissions and maintenance related to diesel engines. 

The new lineup features machines spanning 25 to 75 hp with rated operating capacities ranging from 544 kg up to 2,268 kg at 50% of tipping load. As well, the loaders will be available with both ROPS and foldable open ROPS configurations. 

The small articulated loaders will arrive at Case dealers beginning this year and into 2024. 

“We’re bringing these solutions to market with the support of a full-line manufacturer and a mature dealer network that reaches coast-to-coast,” Lewis says.

“No one will outwork Case in meeting the demands of loading and material handling applications, and this new product line ensures a comprehensive range of options for businesses of all shapes and sizes.”