New Holland Construction

New Holland Construction

Built around you

New Holland is born in New Holland, Pennsylvania, USA, with one-man shop repair 1899. FIAT is founded in Turin, Italy, by a group of entrepreneurs passionate about the new automotive technologies. At this time, cars are luxury items built in small workshops. From the very beginning, Fiat’s founders have the vision to manufacture cars on industrial scale 1947. The world’s first hydraulic excavator.

Mario Bruneri develops the idea of using a hydrostatic pump piston to action an excavator boom. Industrial production of the new “Jumbo” excavator soon begins in Turin. He founds Simit, which will design several generations of hydraulic excavators sold around the world and joins Fiat in 1970-1966. New Holland’s first backhoe loader 1974. Fiat-Allis conquers the world. Fiat joins forces with Allis Chalmers – the Fiat-Allis brand is born. Fiat-Allis equipment is soon seen at work in many large-scale civil engineering projects around the world. It quickly becomes very successful in Latin America, where its name is prestigious to this day in 1991. New Holland joins Fiat. Fiat acquires New Holland from Ford and merges it with its agricultural and construction machinery business. The two companies complement each other in geographical coverage and product offering. Their integration creates a truly global business and an industry leader 1998. Founded in 1876 in Spandau, Germany, Orenstein & Koppel comes with a history of excellence in the development of construction and mining equipment. It brings to New Holland its proven technology for graders and wheeled excavators 2007. 200,000 skid steer loaders.

New Holland celebrated 35 years of designing and building its highly successful skid steer loaders when the 200,000th unit came off the assembly line. They are the preferred choice of landscapers around the world and n.1 in lift and carry compact machines 2011. A cleaner future built around you. Our emissions compliance technologies 2013. New Holland Construction Further Expands Tier 4 Offering at Bauma 2013 Exhibition.

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