our brands

CNH Industrial brands keep workers moving, building, and growing. Our company provides strategic direction, R&D capabilities, and investment to our family of brands so that we can deliver innovation, productivity, and sustainability into the hands of farmers and construction workers around the globe.

Join us and build a career doing work that makes a difference.

WE HAVE AN ICONIC FAMILY OF BRANDS WITH A STRONG CUSTOMER FOCUS

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New Holland Agriculture logo
New Holland Construction logo
Case Construction logo
Steyr Traktoren logo
Raven logo
Flexicoil logo
Miller logo
Kongskilde logo
Eurocomach logo

OUR GLOBAL FOOTPRINT

We operate globally across three distinct segments: Agriculture, Construction, and Financial Services. Our teams put customers first and are committed to being agile and accountable, driving efficiency, and staying at the forefront of the latest technologies.

Together, we are building better futures for our employees and customers everywhere.

$23.6B CNH Industrial revenues

Source: Consolidated Revenues, CNH Industrial Full-Year 2022.

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Our world-renowned brands, Case IH and New Holland Agriculture, are the backbone of our operations in the farming sector. Our Agriculture segment is one of the world’s most prominent players in agricultural machinery, and we remain an industry leader in machine automation. We deliver world-class productivity to our global customers and lead the way in precision farming technology and alternative propulsion.

LEADING THE WAY FOR AUTONOMY AND AUTOMATION IN AGRICULTURE

With fewer acres, resources and workers to accomplish it, the task is critical. Our growing portfolio of technology solutions delivers autonomy and automation for the complete farming cycle.

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CNH Industrial: Agriculture