The CNH Industrial plant located in the city of Fargo, North Dakota, USA, manufactures loaders and tractors for the agricultural and construction industries.
The factory was founded in the early 1960s by the Steiger brothers. In the mid-1980s Steiger Tractor was acquired by Tenneco, which also owned CASE International. In 1993, it started production of CASE wheel loaders, which currently account for a significant part of its production.
Today the Fargo plant produces a wide range of CASE wheel loaders with operating weight ranging from 11 to 28 tons and a standard bucket capacity of 2.1 to 5.0 cubic meters. The facility’s production program includes G-series wheel loaders compliant with Tier 4 Final emissions standards.
The Fargo plant operates according to the CNH Business System (CBS), which involves all employees across the entire organization to drive greater accountability, agility, efficiency and safety. It has been certified to ISO-9001-2000 quality standard since 2003.