Case breaks ground for new building at Tomahawk customer center

Case held a ground-breaking ceremony for its new Product Review Center at the Case Customer Center in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. Bob Lee, Tomahawk’s mayor; Jim Hasler, vice president of Case; Jim Van Strydonk, Van Strydonk Construction; and Gerry Kole, manager of the Case facility broke ground with three golden shovels and a Case CX210B excavator.

The 3,000-square-foot building is expected to be completed in November. The new facility will feature a climate-controlled viewing area where guests can observe the product demonstration area. It will also be equipped with an audio-visual system to allow operators outside to communicate with those watching inside. Helmet cameras will provide footage of the operator’s point of view to help with training and demonstrating products.

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