CNH Industrial

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CNH Industrial N.V.
Type Naamloze vennootschap
Traded as
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Area served Worldwide
Key people Sergio Marchionne (Chairman)
Richard Tobin (CEO)
Products
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Construction Equipment
  • Trucks and Commercial Vehicles
  • Buses, Special Vehicles
  • Industrial and Marine
  • Powertrains
Revenue € 25.778 billion (2013)[1]
Total assets € 40.941 billion (2013)[2]
Total equity € 5.556 billion (2013)
Owners Exor S.p.A. (27.20%)
Employees 71 192 (end 2013)
Website CNHIndustrial.com

CNH Industrial is an Italian company registered in the Netherlands that, through its various businesses, designs, produces, and sells agricultural equipment and construction equipment (Case and New Holland brand families), trucks, commercial vehicles, buses, and special vehicles (Iveco), in addition to powertrains for industrial and marine applications (FPT Industrial). Present in all major markets worldwide, CNH Industrial is focused on expanding its presence in high-growth markets, including through joint ventures.[3]

History[edit]

CNH Industrial N.V. was incorporated in November 2012 and became operational at the end of September 2013 following the integration of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and CNH Global. N.V. Fiat Industrial, a global leader in the capital goods sector, was created on January 1, 2011 through the demerger of CNH, Iveco and FPT Industrial from Fiat Group. One of the top players worldwide in the agricultural and construction equipment sectors, CNH was created in November 1999 through the merger of New Holland N.V. and Case Corporation.[4]

The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and on Borsa Italiana: it is a constituent of the FTSE MIB index.

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