Case New Holland (CNH) is a global leading provider of agricultural and construction equipment. CNH was formed in 1999 after the merger of Case and New Holland. Both companies and brands have long and rich histories. Today CNH has 40 manufacturing centers, 29 research and development centers, 28,800 employees and 11,300 dealer outlets throughout the world. CNH is part of Fiat Industrial, which includes Case New Holland, truck-maker IVECO, and engine and transmission producer FPT Industrial. The combined total revenues at the end of 2011 were more than $30 billion.
CNH Industrial is present on all significant world markets in 190 countries of the world. Currently, 12 trademarks represent the concern product line and products are sold under the brands Astra, Case, Case IH, Heuliez Bus, Iveco, Iveco Bus, Magirus, New Holland Agriculture, New Holland Construction, Steyr and Iveco Defense Vehicles (military equipment).
CNH established four joint ventures in Uzbekistan between 1997 and 1998 to produce, distribute, finance and service CNH branded equipment in the Uzbekistan market. CNH also has a representative office in Uzbekistan. More than 330 people are employed in 17 locations through Uzbekistan.
Steve Naderney, the company’s president, noted that the nineteen-year experience of successful activity of the American company in the Uzbek market is a confirmation of the favorable business and investment climate created in the republic. At the same time, he has said that four enterprises (UzCaseMash, UzCaseTractor, UzCaseService and UzCaseAgroLeasing), two of which produce agricultural equipment; have been created and effectively functioned in Uzbekistan.