CNH (company) - Brands


CNH products are marketed globally through two brand families, Case and New Holland. Case IH (along with Steyr in Europe) and New Holland make up the agricultural brand family. Case and New Holland Construction (along with Kobelco in North America) make up the construction equipment brand family.

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