For more than 170 years, Case has been one of the best-known brands of construction equipment, and supplies approximately 300 different machines with pneumatic tyres, solid rubber tyres and continuous tracks for earth moving, demolition, recycling, storage and trans-shipment, and mining. In addition to the specific properties of the machines, maximum return is achieved through good tyre management, i.e. selecting the best tyres depending on the type of machine and the activities.
Tyres for CASE machines
For almost 20 years, OTR-EM has been an international household name in the area of OTR tyres. We apply the knowledge we have built up over the past decades to provide your machine with the most suitable tyres for construction, infrastructural works and mining.
Tyres for CASE equipment are usually available for delivery from stock in order to be able to respond immediately to the demand. OTR-EM supplies tyres for the following CASE machines:
- Articulated trucks
- Off-highway trucks (dump trucks)
- Wheel loaders
When choosing tires, it is important to carefully consider the type of machine, weight, terrain and operating conditions.
OTR-EM offers the following guarantees:
- ✔ 10,000 tyres available for delivery from stock
- ✔ Internationally known specialist in tyres for almost 20 years
- ✔ Complete OTR tyre management: Complete Advice and Complete Service
- ✔ In-house restoration of earth-moving tyres and tyre vulcanising
- ✔ Two-hour service possible at your location
- ✔ Warranty
- ✔ Worldwide delivery
- ✔ Good value for money
The expert international team of OTR-EM provides you with advice on the most suitable tyre for your CASE Equipment. Whether you are looking for tyres for the latest machinery or tyres for older models, this experienced team is always at your service.
We speak the following languages:
- ✔ Dutch
- ✔ Englisch
- ✔ French
- ✔ German
- ✔ Russian
CASE Company History
In 1850, Case was founded by Jerome Increase Case as a manufacturer of agricultural machinery. The company has grown rapidly because of the increasing demand for more earth moving and construction machinery. In 1999, Case merged with New Holland to form CNH Global: The combined CNH is one of the three largest companies in the fields of construction and agricultural machinery.