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The History of New Holland Tractors

The history of New Holland tractors dates back to 1895, when Abe Zimmerman established an equipment repair shop in New Holland, Pennsylvania. In 1906, Belgian mechanic Leon Claeys began producing combine harvesters, founding a factory in Zedelgem that still exists today. The agricultural industry reached another milestone in 1917 with the construction of the first Ford tractor, followed by the production of the Fiat Model 702 tractor in Turin the following year, marking the birth of the Fiat agricultural tractor. The New Holland brand incorporates the best solutions from companies such as New Holland Machine Company, Sperry Corporation, Ford Motor Company, and Fiat. In 1975, New Holland introduced the world’s first twin-rotor combine harvester, setting a new standard in crop harvesting. In 1993, New Holland revolutionized the tractor market with the introduction of the GENESIS™ model featuring SuperSteer™ FWD and the SideWinder™ console. Continuing its mission to improve agricultural efficiency, New Holland introduced the Precision Land Management (PLM™) system in 1995. Since then, the company has continuously expanded its offerings, acquiring other companies such as Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc. in 2014 and expanding its product lines in 2017. In 2017, at the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, IL, USA, New Holland revolutionized the industry by presenting a concept tractor powered by methane. This technologically advanced tractor generates significant savings and reduces emissions, symbolizing the sustainable future of agriculture. Also in the same year, New Holland celebrated the centenary of mass production of the Fordson Model F tractor, underscoring the significance of the New Holland brand in the agricultural industry.

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