CNH celebrates 25 years of New Holland in India, showcases farm equipment

Initiating India operations in 1998, the brand has pioneered and introduced technological advancements for the Country’s farming sector.

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CNH celebrates 25 years of New Holland in India, showcases farm equipment

CNH Industrial, an agricultural and construction equipment firm is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its brand New Holland in India.  

As part of the celebrations, the company showcased its wide range of farm equipment at its Greater Noida manufacturing plant, including tractors, combine harvesters, and balers.

CNH also presented its local R&D capability by demonstrating precision technology, including telematics and software apps, developed and integrated across product segments by the India Technology Centre.

Narinder Mittal, Country Manager & Managing Director of CNH India and SAARC said “As we commemorate 25 years of New Holland's journey in India, we look forward to the next chapter with a renewed promise to bring forth innovation, quality, and service that not only empower our farmers but also contribute to the growth of the Indian economy and communities."

The company claims that the Greater Noida manufacturing facility is one of the most advanced tractor manufacturing facilities in India, with an annual production capacity of over 60,000 machines. 

CASE New Holland Construction Equipment, a division of CNH Industrial Group, is planning to elevate its manufacturing capabilities to more than double over the next three to four years, in response to the Indian market's transition to tighter emission norms, as this has opened up new exporting opportunities for the company, Autocar Professional had reported earlier. 

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