Case IH Produces 150,000th Magnum™ Tractor


Case IH Produces 150,000th Magnum™ Tractor

Case IHThe 150,000th Case IH Magnum tractor was recently produced at the Case IH Racine, Wisconsin, plant. Each Magnum is unique and custom-built, allowing producers to select components to best meet the needs of their operation. Today’s Magnum lineup offers 180 to 380 rated horsepower, an improved operator environment and increased fuel efficiency from the only manufacturer with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)-only solution to meet Tier 4 B emission standards.


Jim Walker, Vice President, Case IH NAFTA, presents Gerry Forsythe with the 150,000th Magnum tractor, a commemorative edition painted in silver. For the past 26 years, Magnum tractors have delivered exceptional performance, reliability and durability — built on customers’ needs.


Like all Magnum tractors, this 150,000th Case IH Magnum tractor is unique and custom-built. Today’s Magnum lineup offers 180 to 380 rated horsepower, an improved operator environment and increased fuel efficiency from the only manufacturer with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)-only solution to meet Tier 4 B emission standards.


For more information about Case IH Magnum tractors, contact your local Case IH dealer or visit http://www.caseih.com/en_us/Products/Tractors/Pages/magnum-farm-tractors.aspx.
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7.10.2014