CASE Construction Equipment, a brand of CNH Industrial, has crossed the production milestone of 50,000th Backhoe Loader, from its state-of-the-art facility in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh. CASE Backhoe Loaders are known for their versatility, reliability, productivity, flexibility, safety, and operator comfort.
Built in the year 1989, CNH Industrial plant in Pithampur, near Indore, has been manufacturing a range of advanced construction equipment including Backhoe Loaders, Compactors and Crawler-Excavators. At present, the facility exports to over 75 countries including Africa and the Middle East, Asia Pacific region, North America and Latin America markets.
On this important milestone Mr. Fabrizio Cepollina, Vice President CNH Industrial Construction Segment in Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific said, “CASE has been manufacturing Backhoe Loaders since 1957 when the industry’s first factory integrated BHL was produced by CASE; and the brand’s latest range of those machines further drive our legacy of excellence to newer heights. This is a moment of pride for us, and we are working towards making our well-equipped plant a global manufacturing hub for CNH Industrial products.”
Mr. Satendra Tiwari, Pithampur Plant Head said, “The bronze certified World Class Manufacturing (WCM) hi-tech facility in Pithampur with the full scope of industry leading automated technologies focuses on employee safety as well as product quality and precision. The 50,000th Backhoe Loader rollout is a proud moment for us at CNH Industrial; and reaffirms our potential, encouraging us to continue to produce versatile machines for our customers all over the world.”
CNH Industrial has a significant Research and Development facility at Pithampur. Its engineers work constantly to ensure that machines go through regular upgrades and are future ready. People, process, and planet all are interconnected in the CNH Industrial philosophy. As part of our sustainability goals contributing to reducing carbon emission, company has installed solar panels at its Pithampur plant that will help provide up to 25% of plant’s energy through natural source.