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CNH Industrial Says Two-Thirds Of Production Plants Worldwide Are Now Operational



Following plant closings and production decreases due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CNH Industrial now says more than two-thirds of its production sites worldwide are operational. It expects “the vast majority” to be running by month’s end, with full operation at most sites expected, although alterations may be required due to changes concerning the virus or impacts on market conditions and supply chains. CNH Industrial owns the Case IH, Case Construction, FPT, IVECO, New Holland Agriculture, and New Holland Construction brands.


Europe, North America & Beyond

CNH Industrial has 67 plants overall. Already, 75% in Europe and 60% in North America, South America, and the rest of the world are operational. CNH Industrial is giving its agricultural and powertrain manufacturing greater priority, followed by commercial and specialty vehicle production and then construction equipment. Separately, IVECO says it’s resuming production at plants in Italy and Spain it closed in March. The company’s plant in Suzzara, Italy, opened May 4, while plants in Brescia, Italy, and Madrid and Valladolid in Spain will resume May 11.


Support & Assistance Maintained

Throughout the pandemic, CNH Industrial says it has maintained support and assistance to its sales networks and global spare parts and components supply. Its CNH Industrial Aftermarket Solutions arm, for example, has maintained full support for end customers and dealer networks, with most of its 45 logistics hubs now running at full capacity.


Posted On 6 May 2020
Category: Truck and Trailer News
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