Climb in the cab and you’ll see CASE telescopic handlers feature a low boom design that provides exceptional stability and visibility. You will be more productive with our advanced single-joystick control. Plus, easy service access makes maintenance a snap. Put us to the test. CASE telescopic handlers are engineered for the toughest commercial and residential applications.








CASE TX telescopic handlers (telehandlers) offer impressive stability through the combination of a long wheelbase, low boom pivot point, and optimized counterweight. Total stability. Maximum lift capacity.

Robust design

Robust boom construction with powerful hydraulic cylinders offers an excellent range of working heights up to 17 m. Hydraulic frame leveling, along with audible and visual safe load indication ensure secure placing of loads at any height or reach. Design integrity. Maximum capacity.

All-terrain driveability

Powershift transmission handles high power delivery without heat build-up. Smooth gear shifting and three steering modes allow the operator to work in the toughest site conditions. Four-wheel steering greatly reduces the turning circle while crab steer offers the perfect solution when working with obstacles. Outstanding maneuverability. Reliable components.


With standard pilot controls for all hydraulic functions, the CASE TX telehandler is an easy machine to drive. Load sensing, flow sharing hydraulics, in combination with a smooth Powershift transmission, it ensures independent movement of all hydraulic functions, with precision and accuracy. Low effort control lever reduces the operator’s fatigue, ensuring high productivity and maximum safety throughout the working day. Smooth operation. Precision control.
Easy Access For Maintenance
Side-mounted engine with full-length lift-up hoods ensures easy access for ground-level servicing and regular maintenance. All filters and fill points are easily accessible, for minimum downtime and maximum productivity. Main hydraulic valves have mounted the rear of the machine and can be reached through a separate panel without the need to move other components. Design integrity. Minimum downtime.

CASE dealers offer a wide range of options, tyres, and attachments to perfectly customize the machine to your individual requirements. Mechanical or hydraulic carriers can be enriched along with optional side shift functionality. Customers can choose a carrier compatible with CASE attachments or one designed to fit their existing buckets and work tools. Attachments include pallet forks, 4-in-1 buckets, crane booms, cement mixers and a range of man platforms. Multiple-use. Versatility built-in.
Two telescopic designs
The TX range uses robust telescopic booms with inherent rigidity and strength to allow many hours of safe lifting. All models are equipped with safety valves on the lift, tilt and stabiliser cylinders, to prevent the boom from dropping material in case of failure. Visual and audible overload warning devices are incorporated on the upper right corner are incorporated in the upper right corner of all cabs.


There is a CASE TX telescopic handler (telehandlers) for every task. Customers can choose between 14 m and 17 m working heights, with lifting capacities of 4.5 tons. Wide stabilizers legs are provided for maximum stability while lifting on the heavier models, giving CASE some of the highest lifting capacities in the market.
High manoeuvrability driveline
TX machines are incredibly agile, moving rapidly around the site thanks to our speed, torque converter power-shift transmission and the easy to use three-mode steering system. This combination of proven components ensures that there is no costly heat build-up in the transmission, even when traveling at high speeds on the road, where permitted. The use of flow sharing hydraulics, along with the Powershift transmission, ensures precision work to be accomplished with ease. The single servo lever that controls all hydraulic functions also has a transmission cut-off button, giving the operator total control of the machine without having to move a hand away from the servo or the steering wheel. This ensures maximum safety on site and reduced operator effort, cutting operator fatigue and boosting productivity.