MILAN, July 1 (Class Editori) - CNH Industrial delivers more than 360 machines in Uzbekistan in order to support cotton harvest. The supply confirms the resistance of the global brands of the group which produce agricultural and heavy equipment machines, also during COVID-19 time.
The last series of deliveries concerns agricultural machines by Case IH and New Holland and heavy equipment machines by Case Construction Equipment, with the aim of supporting the agricultural sector of Uzbekistan, in particular the cotton production, the most profitable cultivation of the country, through this supply to one of the largest local producers. The company has been collaborating since 2018 with the main operators active in the cotton harvest sector in the Central Asian Republic.
The order provides for: 120 Case IH Puma-brandedtractors built in Saint Valentin, Austria; 23 Case IH Axial-Flow 4088 combine-harvesters with accessory headers and 40 New Holland BC5070 presses, all produced in Harbin, China; 46 Case IH Cotton Express cotton harvesters, produced in Benson, USA;120 New Holland prows produced in Överum, Sweden; 10 Case-branded backhoe loadersbuilt in Lecce (Italy); apart from various Case-branded pneumatic hammers.
The operation has been financed by CNH Industrial Capital, the global financial services’ company of the enterprise which supports customers and dealers. Since the commission is of international concern and the delivery is taking place in the midst of a global pandemic, the company is collaborating with different partners in order to provide transports based on intermodality, by namely integrating various transport systems with an optimal approach in terms of sustainability, with the aim of allowing machines to reach their final destination.
During the pandemic, CNH Industrial has continued to support its network of sellers and to keep post-sale services active globally. Today, it has reopened the majority of its 67 factories worldwide. In order to guarantee the health and safety of its own employees, the group has defined a protocol of COVID-19 global safety, addressed to all its plants and logistics centres, which includes 48 different measures and complies with the legislations of the countries where it works.
(Source: Class Editori)
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