Long live the backhoe loader! Long live the Construction King! Backhoes are experiencing a resurgence as skilled labor shortages and jobsite demands create the perfect storm for a two-in-one machine to change the earthmoving game again — and CASE is taking over the market with one of the largest and most comprehensive lineups of backhoes the industry has ever seen. Center pivot or side shift. Traditional loader arms or tool carrier. Attachment capabilities that make these machines far more than just “two-in-one”.
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If you’re involved in the construction industry or planning a project, you’re likely well aware that the performance of construction equipment can make or break a job. But did you know that the skill level of the equipment operator plays a pivotal role in ensuring top-notch performance? Understanding how skilled operators can elevate the quality of construction equipment performance is crucial for a successful and efficient construction project.
(Montgomeryville, PA) It is with a heavy heart that we must share the passing of Tom Kelly after a long illness.
Philip “Tom” Thomas Kelly was born in Lansdale, PA in 1952. He was drawn to laboring with his hands on machines for a profession. He worked at gas stations, garages and farms. Tom joined the CASE Power service department in 1987. Later as Eagle Power’s Parts and Service Sales Representative (PSSR) Tom helped customers familiarize themselves with their new machines upon delivery and was a trusted point of contact for any issues which arose during its operation. He retired from Eagle Power in 2019.
“Tommy was a huge presence here at Eagle” remembered Matt McDonald, President of Eagle Power & Equipment. “He had a big, loud laugh and an even bigger big heart. Customers loved and trusted him for his extensive knowledge of our products and his honesty. Tommy told it straight, good news or bad, and his customers always appreciated it.”
He was a kind soul who filled the room he was in with good humor, a friend to all who met him. He is survived by his beloved wife Linda and a tremendous family of children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Our thoughts are with his family, his friends and to all who he touched during his career.
In lieu of flowers donations in Tom’s name may be made to:
Fox Chase Cancer Center, 333 Cottman Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111, online at www.foxchase.org
Crossroads Hospice and Palliative Care, 523 Plymouth Rd., Suite 225
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, online at www.crossroadshospice.com.
It is with a heavy heart that we must share the passing of Tom Kelly this past weekend after a long illness.
Joining the CASE Power service department in 1987. Later as Eagle Power’s Parts and Service Sales Representative (PSSR) Tom helped customers familiarize themselves with their new machines upon delivery and was a trusted point of contact for any issues which arose during its operation. He retired from Eagle Power in 2019.
He was a kind soul who filled the room he was in with good humor, a friend to all who met him. Our thoughts are with his family, his friends and to all who he touched during his career.
We will share details on memorial services and remembrances when they become available.
If you’ve called us or came to meet with someone you’ve probably spoke with her before anyone else. For the past 18 years she has been an important part of the day-to-day operations of our company.
“It feels like you’re part of one big family when you work here, it really is family owned and you feel apart of it” recalled Kathy. “I’ve enjoyed working here all this time, we’re a really tight group. I am going to really miss everyone here.”
Originally from Western Pennsylvania. Kathy came to Eagle Power after many years working for the State of New York. In retirement she will be moving to Western New York where her family owns a farm. She is looking forward to being closer to her loved ones and being able to regularly attend her grandchildren’s baseball games and equestrian events.
We wish you nothing but the best Kathy, enjoy your time along peaceful country roads!
TRADE IN YOUR OLD BACKHOE AND GET $5,000 OFF A NEW CASE 580SV CONSTRUCTION KING™*
Once you see the new CASE 580SV Construction King™ for yourself, you’ll discover plenty of reasons to trade in your Cat, Deere or JCB Backhoe Loader to get one. But here’s even more incentive: $5,000 off when you trade in a qualifying competitive machine*. Now through Sept 30, 2023.
Our service team has been in the field for nearly a week installing a Rammer RCC43R Cutter-Crusher on a CASE Construction Equipment CX750D for a large demolition project. The extensive hydraulic work needed to mount this attachment to the excavator makes this machine about one of a kind, and something that can break down a building like it was spreading croutons on a salad.
If you’ve got a job to do and that job requires excavation work, you probably want to get the most out of your excavator. One proven way to manage that is by employing better digging techniques. One example: maintaining a stable slope angle of around 45 degrees can significantly improve digging efficiency and prevent excessive soil collapse, giving you better results in your projects.
That may help, but there’s a lot more you can learn about excavating to further optimize your excavator’s performance. Below are a few practical tips about adapting your digging techniques to various soil types, using different attachments for specific tasks, and making use of advanced telematics features to track and enhance your overall productivity. Interested? Read on, because there’s still a lot of ground to cover… and to move.
We’ll get you setup not only with the best compact loaders in the business, but your first attachment to run on them. For a limited time when you lease any new CASE Compact Track Loader or Skid Steer Loader at 36 Months/3000 Hours you can select a free attachment from a list of specific augers, brush grapple or snow bucket. Your machine is covered by Purchased Protection Plan for powertrain and hydraulics. Offer expires September 30th.
*Offer valid for specific augers, grapples, or snow buckets. Cannot be redeemed with any other attachments. Contact your Eagle Power & Equipment representative for specific list of qualified attachments.