New Holland

New Holland manufactures equipment for the agricultural market and the construction market. In construction, they specialize in backhoe loaders, compact crawler excavators, crawler dozers, crawler excavators, graders, skid steer loaders, and wheel loaders. For the agricultural market, they produce tractors, telehandlers, forage harvesters, bailers, self-propelled spreaders, combines, headers, and utility vehicles among other products.

The New Holland company was founded in 1895 in New Holland, Pennsylvania. It was later acquired by Sperry Corporation in the 1970s, followed by Ford in the 1980s and Fiat in the 1990s. New Holland is now part of CNH Global, along with CASE and Fiat.

New Holland is known for its innovations including the world’s first twin rotor combine. However, its technological DNA was heavily influenced by the companies that it either merged with or acquired. From Claeys it benefited from their pioneering work in threshing machines; from Ford, its inherited the use of diesel engines, rubber pneumatic tires, and the three point hitch, all in connection with tractors. Fiat had been successfully producing tractors since the late 1800s. Its reputation for new developments and quality machines has continued throughout the years.

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