Case To Refurbish Military Forklifts
In its sixth U.S. Military contract in recent months, Case Construction Equipment has been selected by the U.S. Army TACOM (Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command) to RESET more than 200 M4K Rough-Terrain Forklifts to mission-capable condition. The contract, which will be fulfilled over a three-year period, is valued at $15.5 million.
Deployed with the U.S. Army since the 1980s, these Case forklifts have been used by
As with several previous Case contracts with the military, this work is being completed at the
Current Case contracts with the U.S. Military include the remanufacture of MW24C wheel loaders for the National Guard, the Reset of MW24C Wheel Loaders for the U.S. Army TACOM and supply of 500 engine repower kits for the Case M4K rough-terrain forklift. Case recently completed a pilot RESET build of 50 M4Ks, resulting in the current RESET contract. Additionally, in 2005, Case was also awarded a contract to deliver more than 500 backhoe loaders to U.S. Army forces around the globe.