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Our History

CNH Industrial

1999

​​​CNH Industrial

Generating excellence: Fiat Group acquires Case Corporation and merges it with New Holland N.V. to create CNH Global, a world leader in farm machinery and construction equipment.

2011

​​CNH Industrial

​​​Fiat Industrial is formed following the demerger of the activities of Iveco, CNH Global N.V. and FPT Industrial from Fiat S.p.A.

2013

​​CNH Industrial

​​​​​​Unparalleled production: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.

2014

​​​CNH Industrial

​​New licensing agreement with Sumitomo (S.H.I.) Construction Machinery to manufacture Sumitomo designed crawler excavators from 13 to 35 tons​​​​

2014

​​CNH Industrial

​​​​​CNH Industrial completes acquisition of Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc.​

2016

​​CNH Industrial

​​​CNH Industrial confirmed as Industry Leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Europe Indices​

2016

​​CNH Industrial

​​​​​​​CNH Industrial acquires Kongskilde Agriculture.​

2016

​​CNH Industrial

​​​​​CNH Industrial brands reveal concept autonomous tractor development.​

2016

​​CNH Industrial

​​​​CNH Industrial enters exclusive mini-excavator alliance with Hyundai Heavy Industries.​

Agriculture

1842

Case IH

Jerome Increase Case founds the Racine Threshing Machine Works in Racine, Wisconsin, USA.​

1847

Case IH

In Chicago, Cyrus McCormick founds the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, which will later become International Harvester.​

1869

Case IH

Case produces the first steam-powered tractor.​

1892

​Case IH

Case builds the first gasoline-powered tractor.​

1895

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland is founded in Pennsylvania, USA, by Abe Zimmerman​.​

1906

New Holland Agriculture

Claeys, a threshing machine manufacturer, is founded in Zedelgem, Belgium, by Leon Claeys.​

1917

New Holland Agriculture

The first Ford tractor is built.​

1918

New Holland Agriculture

The first Fiat tractor is built.​

1919

Case IH

International Harvester invents the first commercial power take-off, which premieres in the 8-16 model.​

1923

Case IH

International Harvester launches the legendary Farmall, a unified system of tractors and implements for ploughing, cultivation and harvesting, featuring a revolutionary light design.​

1943

Case IH

International Harvester creates first successful spindle cotton picker. "Old Red" was mounted on a Farmall Tractor H. Both are donated for display at the Smithsonian Institution.​

1947

Steyr

The very beginning: The first Steyr tractor, the Type 80, is produced.​

1947

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland is acquired by Sperry Rand Corporation, and in the same year made a major breakthrough in hay harvesting technology with the introduction of the haybine mower-conditioner.​

1957

Steyr

Enormous growth: The St. Valentin plant in Austria becomes part of Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG.​

1963

Steyr

Steyr launches the loader wagon and starts front loader production.​

1964

New Holland Agriculture

Sperry New Holland acquires Claeys.​

1974

​​​Steyr

Steyr assembly and commercial divisions move to St. Valentin from Steyr.​

1977

Case IH

International Harvester introduces the Axial-Flow combine, which greatly improves harvesting efficiency through its revolutionary rotor design.​

1983

​​New Holland Agriculture

Fiat Trattori becomes FiatAgri.

1984

New Holland Agriculture

FiatAgri acquires Braud, a manufacturer of self-propelled grape harvesters.​

1985

Case IH

Case and the agricultural division of International Harvester merge to form Case IH.​

1986

​Case IH

Steiger joins the growing Case IH offering. In 1988, the first red 9100 series Case IH Steiger tractors are produced.​

1986

​New Holland Agriculture

Ford buys Sperry New Holland and forms Ford New Holland Inc.​

1987

Case IH

Case IH launches the Magnum tractor – the first all-new machine to come from the combined engineering of Case and International Harvester.​

1988

New Holland Agriculture

Fiat Geotech is created, via the merger of FiatAgri and Fiat Allis.​

1989

Case IH

Case IH introduces the Maxxum tractor.​

1990

Steyr

Restructuring at Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG leads to the tractor and agricultural machinery divisions regrouping as Steyr Landmaschinentechnik GmbH (SLT), based in St. Valentin, Austria.

1991

New Holland Agriculture

Fiat Geotech purchases Ford New Holland.​

1992

​​​Case IH

Case IH celebrates its 150th anniversary serving the agriculture industry.​​

1995

Case IH

Breaking boundaries: Case IH is the first manufacturer to introduce precision farming technology: AFS.​

1996

Steyr

Case Corporation acquires Steyr Landmaschinentechnik AG and the company is named Case-Steyr Landmaschinentechnik.​

1996

Case IH

The Steiger Quadtrac tractor is introduced.​

1996

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.​

1998

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland acquires the Bizon combine manufacturer based in Płock, Poland.​

1999

​​CNH Industrial

​​Generating excellence: Fiat Group acquires Case Corporation and merges it with New Holland N.V. to create CNH Global, a world leader in farm machinery and construction equipment.​

2011

​​​​CNH Industrial

​Fiat Industrial is formed following the demerger of the activities of Iveco, CNH Global N.V. and FPT Industrial from Fiat S.p.A.​

2013

​​CNH Industrial

​​Unparalleled production: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.​

2014

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland acquires precision spraying equipment manufacturer Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc.​

2014

New Holland Agriculture​

The CR10.90 combine harvester from New Holland Agriculture achieves the Guinness World Record for most wheat harvested within eight hours: 797.656 tons​​​​

2014

​New Holland Agriculture

​​​CNH Industrial inaugurates a new agricultural equipment manufacturing complex in Harbin, China

2014

​Case IH

​​​CNH Industrial inaugurates a new agricultural equipment manufacturing complex in Harbin, China

2015

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland hosts its own pavilion at the World Expo Milano 2015​

2015

New Holland Agriculture

New Holland celebrates 120 years of history and innovation.​

2016

Case IH​​

​​Case IH reveals new autonomous concept vehicle

2017

​​New Holland Agriculture

​​New Holland Agriculture celebrates the 100th anniversary of the first mass-produced tractor​

2017

​​New Holland Agriculture

New Holland Agriculture's Centre of Excellence for self-propelled grape and olive harvesters in Coex (France) produces its 15,000th Braud grape harvester​​​

2017

Case IH​

​​​Case IH and Case Construction Equipment celebrate their 175th anniversary

2017

Steyr​​

​​Celebrating 70 years of history

Construction

1842

​​​Case Construction Equipment

Laying the foundations: Jerome Increase Case establishes the Racine Threshing Machine Works in Racine, Wisconsin, USA.​

1869

Case Construction Equipment

Steaming ahead: Case produces the first portable steam engine, fundamental to the development of road construction.​

1912

​Case Construction Equipment

The road to success: Case manufactures a complete line of road-building equipment including graders.

1931

New Holland Construction

Fiat produces its first crawler tractor.​

1947

​New Holland Construction

Mario Bruneri produces the first hydraulic excavators and founds SIMIT, which is acquired by Fiat in 1970.

1957

Case Construction Equipment

Case purchases the American Tractor Corporation and introduces the first factory-integrated tractor loader backhoe.

1966

New Holland Construction

Ford produces its first backhoe loader.​

1968

Case Construction Equipment

The Drott Manufacturing Company, famous for its four-in-one bucket, is acquired by Case.​

1969

Case Construction Equipment

Case purchases the rights to produce multi-purpose skid steer loaders.​

1972

New Holland Construction

New Holland produces its first skid steer loader.​

1974

New Holland Construction

Allis-Chalmer's construction equipment business enters into a joint venture with Fiat; the company is named Fiat-Allis.​

1976

Case Construction Equipment

Case Corporation acquires Poclain, a leading French company in the field of hydraulic excavator technology.​​

1987

​​New Holland Construction

Fiat S.p.A. establishes a joint venture with Hitachi to produce excavators.​

1988

Case Construction Equipment

Good Fortune: Case loader backhoes are listed in Fortune Magazine among the '100 products America makes best'.

1991

New Holland Construction

Fiat Geotech purchases Ford New Holland.​

1998

​​Case Construction Equipment

Case extends its supply agreement with Sumitomo to offer excavators to customers worldwide.

1998

​New Holland Construction

Pan-European Consolidation: German Fiat Group acquires O&K, a German company with a history in construction and mining equipment.​

1999

CNH Industrial

​​Generating excellence: Fiat Group acquires Case Corporation and merges it with New Holland N.V. to create CNH Global, a world leader in farm machinery and construction equipment.

2002

New Holland Construction

Technological partnership focussing on crawler excavators is signed with Kobelco.​

2005

Case Construction Equipment

Manufacturing landmark: Case manufactures its 500,000th tractor loader backhoe.

2005

​New Holland Construction

Momentous merger: five historical brands, Fiat, Fiat-Kobelco, O&K, New Holland and FiatAllis are united under the New Holland Construction brand.​

2008

​​​Case Construction Equipment

Jerome I Case inducted into the Construction Hall of Fame by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers because of his significant contributions to the construction industry.​

2011

CNH Industrial

​​Fiat Industrial is formed following the demerger of the activities of Iveco, CNH Global N.V. and FPT Industrial from Fiat S.p.A.

2013

CNH Industrial

​Unparalleled production: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.​

2014

Case Construction Equipment

Licensing agreement established with Sumitomo (S.H.I.) Construction Machinery for crawler excavators.​

2014

​Case Construction Equipment

​​New licensing agreement with Sumitomo (S.H.I.) Construction Machinery to manufacture Sumitomo designed crawler excavators from 13 to 35 tons​

2016

​Case Construction Equipment

​​​CNH Industrial enters exclusive mini-excavator alliance with Hyundai Heavy Industries

2017

​Case Construction Equipment

Case IH and Case Construction Equipment celebrate their 175th anniversary​​​​​

2017

​​​​Case Construction Equipment

​​CASE launches new C series mini excavators​​​​

Commercial Vehicles

1864

Magirus

Conrad Dietrich Magirus founds the company in Ulm, Germany, and starts to produce fire pumps.

1872

Magirus

The famous 2-wheel-sliding, model "Ulmer ladder" is launched.

1903

​​​Iveco

Driving the future: Fiat produces its first commercial vehicle.​

1903

​​​​Magirus

The first self-driven steam fire pump is produced.

1906

​​​Iveco Bus

Renault produces its first bus.​

1907

Iveco Bus

Fiat produces its first bus.​

1916

Magirus

The first fully functional motorised turntable ladder vehicles are delivered.​

1920

Heuliez Bus

Traditional beginnings: Louis Heuliez Founds the Heuliez Company, and starts to produce horse drawn carriages.​

1929

Iveco

Fiat decides to separate its truck business from automobiles and founds Fiat Veicoli Industriali.​

1931

​Magirus

Development of the first steel ladder set for turntable ladders.​

1932

​Heuliez Bus

The first Heuliez coach is manufactured, using a wooden structure and a UNIC chassis​

1934

Iveco

OM, a manufacturer of cars, trucks and agricultural machines, becomes part of Fiat Group.​

1937

Iveco Defence Vehicles

A specialist in defense vehicles: A Military truck production plant opens in Bolzano, the premises of Lancia Veicoli Industriali, which was founded in 1912 in Turin, Italy.​

1946

Iveco Astra

Astra (Anonima Sarda TRAsporti) is founded by Mario Bertuzzi in Cagliari, Italy for reconditioning military vehicles.

1951

Iveco Astra

The company moves to Piacenza, Italy.​

1951

Magirus

Presentation of the world's highest turntable ladder with climbing height of 52m + 2m.​

1953

Magirus

First turntable ladder with hydraulic drive is created.​

1956

Iveco Astra

Early beginnings: The first civilian quarry-construction site vehicle is produced​

1966

Iveco

UNIC, a French manufacturer of trucks, is acquired by Fiat.​

1969

​​​Iveco Defence Vehicles

Lancia is acquired by Fiat and changes its name to Fiat Veicoli Industriali. In 1974, it becomes Lancia Veicoli Speciali.​

1969

​​Iveco

Lancia Veicoli Industriali, a producer of trucks, buses and defence vehicles, is acquired by Fiat.​

1971

Magirus

Development of the first underground railway emergency vehicle.​

1972

Magirus

Development of the first 8x8 aircrash vehicle.​

1974

​​Magirus

Fiat becomes the majority shareholder of Magirus Deutz, a German bus, truck and fire equipment manufacturer.​

1975

​​Iveco Bus

Iveco is founded as a result of a series of acquisitions of Fiat Veicoli Industriali, OM and Lancia Veicoli Speciali (Italy), UNIC (France) and Magirus Deutz (Germany).​

1975

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Lancia Veicoli Speciali is integrated in the newly founded Iveco.​

1975

​​Magirus

Magirus becomes part of the newly founded Iveco.​

1980

Heuliez Bus

A new home: Heuliez Bus moves to Rorthais, France, its current location.​

1984

​​Iveco Astra

Iveco Astra takes part in the PARIS-DAKAR race with the BM309 achieving brilliant results in subsequent races.​​

1985

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Pioneering protection: The plant becomes Iveco Defence Vehicles Division (DVD), a "unit" including Engineering and Commercial Departments dedicated to the development and production of highly protected vehicles.​

1986

​Iveco Astra

Astra becomes 100% Iveco-owned.​

1986

​Iveco

Acquisition of the Italian Astra di Piacenza company, a specialist in heavy quarrying and mining equipment.​

1986

​Iveco

Iveco S.p.A. holds a 52% stake in Iveco Ford Truck Ltd, a joint venture (and effectively a merger) with Ford of Europe's truck division.​

1986

​​Magirus

Presentation of the first computer-controlled turntable ladder​

1988

​​Magirus

Magirus Introduction of AluFire - first aluminium composition for fire fighting vehicles worldwide​.

1990

​​Iveco

Iveco acquires Spanish commercial vehicles company Pegaso.​

1991

Heuliez Bus

Volvo Bus Corp. acquires 37.5% of Heuliez Bus, with Renault VI holding 37.5% and the Heuliez family retaining a 25% stake.​

1991

​​Iveco

Iveco acquires British company Seddon Atkinson.

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1992

Iveco

Iveco takes over the primary constructor of industrial vehicles in Australia to form Ital, originally called International Trucks Australia. In 2000 it was renamed Iveco Trucks Australia Limited.​

1993

Iveco Astra

The HD (Heavy Duty) platform replaces the old BM series.​

1994

Magirus

The articulated turntable ladder is launched.​

1996

Iveco Bus

Renault VI, whose bus division would later be merged with Iveco's, acquires a majority holding in the Czech bus manufacturer Karosa.​

1996

Iveco

Iveco establishes the Naveco joint venture with NAC in China.

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1997

​Iveco

Iveco enters the Latin American market in Brazil.​

1998

​Heuliez​ Bus

Heuliez Bus, a French bus manufacturer, becomes a subsidiary of Renault VI.​

1999

Heuliez Bus

Creation of Irisbus (Iveco 50%, Renault VI 50%).​

2000

Iveco Astra

Astra launches the new range of Articulated Dump Trucks with the models ADT 25 and ADT 30.​

2003

Iveco

Iveco acquires the remaining share of the Irisbus business.​

2004

Iveco Defence Vehicles

The Light Multirole Vehicle is launched and quickly becomes Europe's vehicle of choice in its category.

2005

Magirus

Presentation of world's first turntable ladder with telescopic articulated ladder arm.​

2006

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Specialists in protection: Iveco DVD incorporates the "SICCA" plant in Vittorio Veneto, creating a highly specialized center for the development of prototypes and protections.​

2006

Iveco

The Naveco Chinese joint venture integrates Yuejin Motor Corporation.​

2007

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Anniversary acclaim: Iveco DVD becomes a business unit called Iveco Defence Vehicles (DV) and celebrates its 70th anniversary as one of the premier manufacturers of specialist military vehicles in Europe.​

2007

Magirus

Introduction of the new superstructure generation AluFire 3.

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2007

Iveco

Iveco establishes a joint venture with SAIC to form SAIC-Iveco Hongyan. Iveco has a 33% share.​

2008

Iveco Astra

Astra launches the special HHD version​

2010

Magirus

New innovative and patented single extension technology for articulated turntable ladders and new air cras tender SuperDragon x8 are launched.​

2011

Fiat Industrial is formed following the demerger of the activities of Iveco, CNH Global N.V. and FPT Industrial from Fiat S.p.A.​

2012

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Following the signing of a contract to supply Amphibious Armoured Vehicles to the Brazilian Army, Iveco Defence Vehicles opens a plant in Sete Lagoas, Brazil, to produce the VBTP 6x6.​

2013

Iveco Bus

The Iveco Bus brand is established.​

2013

Iveco Defence Vehicles

Iveco DV is included in the new organization as a brand of the Specialty Vehicles branch.​

2013

CNH Industrial

​​Unparalleled production: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.

2013

​Magirus

Presentation of the highest articulated ladder with a working height of 42 m and the new air crash tender Dragon x6.​

2014

Magirus

Celebrating excellence: Magirus celebrates its 150th anniversary and opens the new Excellence Center.​

2014

Iveco Bus​

​Iveco Bus, the CNH Industrial brand dedicated to collective passenger transport, arrives in Brazil.​​

2015

​​​Magirus

Magirus presents the M68L – the world’s highest turntable ladder. It reaches 68 meters (223 feet): that equates to a 20-storey building, 22 meters taller than the Statue of Liberty.​​

2015

​​​Magirus

Magirus presents the M68L – the world’s highest turntable ladder. It reaches 68 meters (223 feet): that equates to a 20-storey building, 22 meters taller than the Statue of Liberty.​​

2015

Iveco

​​​​​Iveco delivers its 1,000th​ natural gas vehicle in France.​

2015

Iveco

​​Iveco celebrates its 40th​ anniversary.​​

2015

​​​​Heuliez Bus​

​​​​Heuliez Bus presents the new electric bus GX ELEC in France.

2015

​​Iveco Defence Vehicles

​​​​​The Amphibious armoured platform by Iveco Defence Vehicles is adopted by BAE Systems for the ACV 1.1 Program Development Contract awarded by U.S. Marine Corps

2016

Iveco

​​​​Iveco deploys semi-automated trucks for the first European Truck Platooning Challenge.​

2016

Iveco

​​​​​Iveco triumphs at the 2016 Dakar Rally​

2016

Iveco

​​​Iveco presents its Z TRUCK concept at the IAA 2016 fair in Hanover (​Germany).

2016

Iveco

​​​Iveco presents its new TCO2 Champions: the Stralis XP and NP.​

2017

Magirus

Italy’s fire departments honored as "International Firefighting Team of the Year 2016" at the Conrad Dietrich Magirus Award ceremony in Ulm (Germany).​​

Powertrain

1903

FPT Industrial

Fiat starts producing gasoline engines for commercial vehicles.​

1908

FPT Industrial

Fiat begins production of industrial Diesel engines.​

1931

FPT Industrial

Production of Diesel engines for trucks begins.​

1934

FPT Industrial

Saurer, later becoming part of the group, patents Direct injection Diesel engine.​

1965

FPT Industrial

Creation of Aifo (Applicazioni Industriali Fiat OM) brand dedicated to marine applications, which will become famous in the field of powerboat racing.​

1982

FPT Industrial

Swiss Acquisition: Fiat acquires Saurer and its Research and Development Centre in Arbon, Switzerland.​

1998

FPT Industrial

Iveco becomes the first manufacturer to introduce Variable Geometry Turbochargers (VGT) on its heavy duty engines.​

1999

FPT Industrial

Iveco becomes the first manufacturer to introduce Common Rail technology on Industrial engines – a Fiat patent.​

2002

FPT Industrial

Iveco becomes the first manufacturer to start using Common Rail engines on Off Road applications. Compressed Natural Gas engines for light commercial vehicles begin production.​

2004

FPT Industrial

Launch of Iveco Motors brand, which supplies On, Off Road and marine engines and power generation equipment to third-party customers.​

2005

FPT Industrial

Powering on: Iveco Motors and Fiat's automotive engine department merge into FPT (Fiat Powertrain Technologies), grouping all automotive and industrial powertrain activities.​

2006

FPT Industrial

Establishment of SFH, a Chinese joint venture.​

2011

FPT Industrial

FPT Industrial brand is introduced as part of the Fiat Group demerger, providing engines and transmissions for the demerged Capital Goods arm of Fiat Group and third party customers.​

2012

FPT Industrial

FPT Industrial becomes the first manufacturer to introduce HI-eSCR, a SCR-only solution to meet the latest emission limits both in On and Off Road applications.​

2013

CNH Industrial

​​​Unparalleled production: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.

2016

​​​FPT Industrial

​​​​​FPT Industrial unveils its new Cursor 9 CNG, the most powerful 9 liter compressed natural gas engine, in Beijing (China)

2017

FPT Industrial

​FPT Industrial renews its partnership with Mercury Marine​​​​​​