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Main article: CNH Global

The Fiat Group owned CNH Global (which includes Case CE, Case IH, Flexi-Coil, Kobelco, New Holland, New Holland Construction, and Steyr); and Fiat-Hitachi Construction.

In September 2010, shareholders approved a plan to split Fiat's industrial businesses from the group. Truck manufacturer Iveco, agricultural machinery and tractor manufacturer CNH Global NV and the industrial part of Fiat Powertrain Technologies were demerged into a new entity, Fiat Industrial, at the beginning of 2011. Fiat Industrial has a separate listing on the Milan stock exchange beginning January 3, 2011.[1]

CNH is the second largest agricultural equipment manufacturer in the world after Deere & Company. It is also the third largest producer of construction equipment after Caterpillar Inc. and Komatsu. CNH accounted for around 20% of revenues (at Fiat Group). CNH was the most prized company inside Fiat because it has driven growth and is very profitable. It also shows great promise for growth in third-world markets as demand for increased agricultural output and construction fuels demand for modern machinery.

For the history of the early tractors produced under the Fiat brand see Fiat Tractors.

Commercial vehicles

Main article: Fiat Trucks

The Fiat group also manufacture Commercial vehicles under the brands of:-

On 17 April 2007 "Fiat Veicoli Commerciali" was rebranded as Fiat Professional, which is the light commercial vehicle production unit (brand).

Some of Fiat's Light Commercial Vehicle products include;

As of 2010, the engine group has been rebranded as Fiat Powertrain Technologies, or FPT.


Fiat has manufactured various agricultural equipment throughout the years, including Combine harvesters and tractors.

Main article: Laverda for the combine harvesters
Main article: Fiat Tractors for the tractors


  1. Ian Simpson (2010-09-16). "Fiat shareholders approve corporate split". 

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