Skid Steer Loaders

CASE skid steers have powered jobsites throughout the world for more than 50 years. Always intuitive. Always easy to operate. Control options, lift geometries, size classes and horsepower ranges for every type of owner and application. From simple to fully loaded, CASE is your home for skid steer loaders.


The CASE B Series skid steers build on more than 50 years of engineering and field experience to provide the most intuitive operator experience and comfortable working environment ever built into a CASE skid steer — including an eight-inch LCD multi-function display and simple electro-hydraulic controls. The design simplifies operation and puts more power and control into the hands of the operator. Match that with productivity-enhancing horsepower and torque, powerful auxiliary hydraulics and industry-leading visibility — and CASE B Series skid steers allow you to get more done every day.

The CASE skid steer lineup features the sizes, lift patterns, power and emissions solutions to match any application. Five radial-lift and three vertical-lift skid steers across numerous horsepower and size classes ensure that you’ll find the right solution for your operation. [Related: What kind of skid steer owner are you?]. Match that with numerous auxiliary hydraulic options and dozens of skid steer attachments, and CASE skid steers represent a great way for your business to achieve greater productivity and efficiency.

CASE B Series skid steers also provide operators with the most feature-rich operator experience ever found in a CASE skid steer, including electro-hydraulic controls, “Creep Speed” functionality, an automotive-style information display with improved fault codes and troubleshooting, as well as Economy Modes with engine protection. The eight-inch LCD multi-function display serves as the command center for the machine and includes the industry’s only backup camera visible in a split screen display with machine data.

Contractors like Ford Asphalt Company have added multiple SV340B skid steers to their operations. “When they ask me, what do I prefer? I tell them I prefer a CASE.”