Case Launches ReNew Used Equipment Centers with 3 Dealers

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CASE TV370 compact track loader
Older Case models, such as this 2017 TV370 compact track loader, are offered through the new Case ReNew Centers.
Case Construction Equipment

Case Construction Equipment is launching a ReNew Center used equipment initiative in partnership with dealers Associated Supply, Hills Machinery and RPM Machinery.

Each center will inspect, service and recondition Case Construction Equipment lease returns and used equipment, which will then be sold through Case dealers in high population equipment markets.

In addition, each ReNew Center will offer reconditioning services for all brands of 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, 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."

With the initiation of the centers Case now offers three levels of used equipment:

Standard: This includes the typical sale/trade-in and includes all brands of equipment. Case says this is directed at price-driven buyers who prefer as-is transactions and repairing their own equipment.

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

Case Certified Used: Where available, machines go through 100-plus point inspection, including fluid test and repair by a Level 2 Case-certified technician. Repairs include Case Genuine or Reman parts and the machine has an extended warranty and is eligible for financing. The offering varies by dealer and currently just includes skid steers and compact track loaders; other machine types will be included in the future. 

The first ReNew Centers will be located in Euless, Texas (Associated Supply); Columbia, South Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina (Hills Machinery); and in Lebanon, Indiana (RPM Machinery).