New Holland Tractors
History New Holland Tractors, Tractors Some NEW HOLLAND tractor manuals in PDF format are at the top of the page.
In October 1895, a machine shop opened on the outskirts of New Holland, Pennsylvania, USA, which would become one of the largest companies in the agricultural and construction equipment market.
But after just a few years his business grew: in 1901 he created a frost-proof steam locomotive and in 1910 a stone crusher.
In 1940 New Holland introduced the innovative baler for the time, followed by other types of agricultural machinery: mowers, combines, etc.
In 1950 the company became one of the leaders in the industry.
In 1991, 80% of the company’s shares were acquired by the industrial group FIAT S.p.a. bought, and two years later the Italians took full control of New Holland.
Manufacture and promotion of equipment, including promotion of Case IH and New Holland agricultural technology in Japan and Asia Pacific, supported by Kobelco.
At the same time, the technologies of the various manufacturers that make up the company were unified.
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brands FIAT-Kobelco, Kobelco, New Holland Construction, O & K and Fiatallis united under a single New Holland brand.
Currently, the range of combined models includes 13 machine families and 80 different models, divided into two lines: heavy and compact earthmoving machines.
The heaviest are front loaders, bulldozers, graders, crawler and wheeled excavators.
Today, New Holland Construction is a structural unit of the Italian-American holding Case New Holland Group (CNH Group), part of the FIAT concern.
Italian branches incorporated into the FIAT Group Holding under the New Holland brand.
New Holland contractors are present in San Mauro, Imola and Lecce.
The three plants produce products under the CNH Group’s two brands: New Holland and Case.
The San Mauro company continues to produce medium-sized crawler excavators, wheeled excavators and special excavators.
The Imola plant produces backhoe loaders, mini excavators and medium wheel loaders.
Please note that New Holland branded equipment is manufactured in CNH factories around the world.