Case IH agricultural machinery is designed and built to deliver efficient power and agronomic advantages, to increase yields and limit the cost of inputs. The brand is the choice of professional farmers around the world.
The Case IH brand and its iconic red color embody the tradition of leadership in agricultural equipment. Reliability and quality are at the heart of the full line of agricultural equipment, ranging from tractors to combine harvesters and tillage implements. The brand represents 175 years of expertise in the industry, including the legacies of Case, International Harvester and David Brown.
STEYR Traktoren has a strong background and an impressive history. Over the past decades, STEYR Traktoren has maintained market leadership in the agricultural, municipal and forestry segments, even in times of great change. “Made in Austria” has proven to be a synonym for high quality.
The scope of application of STEYR products is extensive and has grown considerably over the years. Austria’s variety of landscapes has positioned STEYR tractors as being flexible, reliable, and efficient across the range of applications.
St. Valentin Plant, Austria – EMEA Headquarters for STEYR and CASE IH
Agriculture and agricultural equipment are the future. We still have a long way to go to make sure the nine billion people living on our planet can all be fed by 2050. The modern tractors we develop and build at St. Valentin plant are one of the contributions that we, as CNH Industrial, are making towards this evolution. This site is also a showcase for networked expertise and high synergy in a global company.
St. Valentin: High-tech centre of excellence at our customers' service
Agricultural technology in general and particularly at the St. Valentin site has come a long way. Since the legendary STEYR T180 was launched on the market in 1947 with resounding success, The STEYR Traktoren brand is a synonym for premium quality, tradition and constant innovation — and has been the clear market leader in Austria for over 40 years. Our STEYR tractors are enjoying increasing popularity in neighboring countries such as Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland and the Benelux countries. However, our St. Valentin site can do much more: this factory is manufacturing Case IH tractors and houses the European headquarters of Case IH and STEYR Traktoren, which has managed Europe, the Middle East and Africa since 2012.
Innovative brand association
St. Valentin has a long history of innovative agricultural technology — and thrives on the excellence, expertise and passion of its employees. By integrating different brands and areas under the CNH Industrial umbrella, this site has once again reinforced its profile and significance. The development and construction of new tractors now calls on our group-wide expertise, and these filters right out to the engines and drive systems of FPT Industrial specialists. As such, the engine series being introduced in agricultural machinery, for example, have already demonstrated their reliability in goods and heavy-goods vehicles over many millions of miles. Every single brand in the Group benefits from this pool of innovation and expertise. What's more, with the World Class Manufacturing audit almost complete throughout the Group, CNH Industrial is aiming for the highest possible standards, with zero errors, zero losses and zero downtime.
With people, for people
Only well-trained and highly motivated employees set a site on a path to long-lasting success. This includes teamwork, open communication, direct and honest feedback across all levels — and, of course, listening to what our customers have to say. By investing in the new Experience Centre and the Red Power Road that opened at the end of 2013 for testing and training courses, we have met some very high requirements.
St. Valentin acts as a meeting place not just for STEYR Traktoren and Case IH tractor customers. The St. Valentin site is also the presentation and sales venue for the widely celebrated top fire-fighting technology from Magirus Lohr in Kainbach, another CNH industrial site in Austria.