About New Holland Construction
New Holland Construction is an international manufacturer of construction machinery, currently headquartered in Turin, Italy. New Holland Construction produces skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, backhoe loaders, tractor loaders, compact wheel loaders and compact excavators. It also offers a large number of attachments and provides a variety of services.
Along with New Holland Agriculture, New Holland Construction is a subsidiary of CNH Industrial. New Holland Agriculture specializes in the production of tractors, telehandlers, forage equipment, combine harvesters and balers, among other agricultural implements.
The New Holland company began in 1895 as a small repair shop in New Holland, Pennsylvania, USA. In the mid-twentieth century New Holland began building heavy construction machinery, launching its first backhoe loader in 1966.
In 1991, Fiat acquired New Holland, combining the two companies’ construction and agricultural businesses. New Holland became a brand of CNH Industrial in 1999.
By 2007 New Holland had manufactured 200,000 skid steer loaders. The following year, it unveiled the E215B crawler excavator, the “green” engine of which drastically cut carbon emissions.
New Holland Construction has more than 800 dealers worldwide and production facilities spanning across the globe, including in Italy, Brazil and the United States.
The company offers solutions to the agricultural, governmental, landscaping, construction (residential and non-residential), rental and snow removal sectors.
New Holland’s patented FleetForce technology makes it easy for customers to maintain their equipment and measure productivity. The company describes FleetForce “as an uncomplicated option that allows you to sift through large amounts of customized data with numbers that are measureable and usable to your specific needs.”
According to New Holland, users of FleetForce can expect to see increased production, simplified maintenance, reliable security and accurate job costing.