Mechanization and Technology

CNH celebrates 25 years of New Holland in India

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17 January 2024, New Delhi: New Holland, the tractor brand has just completed 25 years in India. Since its inception, the brand has been at the forefront of introducing cutting-edge technological advancements to the country’s agricultural sector. It has pioneered the baling technique for crop residue and is a market leader in the segment.

Narinder Mittal, Country Manager & Managing Director of CNH India & SAARC said “As we commemorate 25 years of New Holland’s journey in India, we take pride in our commitment to delivering not only cutting-edge technology and superior products, but also in our unwavering dedication to supporting hardworking farmers – the backbone of our nation. 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’s Greater Noida manufacturing facility is an advanced manufacturing facility in India, with an annual production capacity of over 60,000 machines. The plant operates according to the company’s CNH Business System which drives greater accountability, agility, efficiency, and safety, and is aligned with the country’s Make-in-India and Aatmanirbhar Bharat initiatives, delivering over two decades of continuous production for both domestic and export markets. Recently, it achieved the impressive production milestone of over 6.7 Lakh tractors.

With a firm focus on reducing its carbon footprint, the plant has made significant strides, reducing approximately 26,000 tons of CO2 emissions over the past decade. Embracing renewable energy sources, solar panels installed at the Greater Noida plant provide some 25% of the facilities’ energy requirements. Furthermore, the facility has adopted the Miyawaki Project Methodology, planting over 10,000 trees of 30 different species covering 3,000 square meters.

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