History of New Holland Tractors

New Holland is an internationally acclaimed agriculture farming equipment brand specializes in a wide range of farming tractors, combine harvesters, balers, and forage harvesters. It also manufactures seeding machines, haying tools, and self-propelled sprayers with construction equipment.

It has an outstanding historic background spanning on 123 years with a huge celebration of global successful market presence reaching over 170 countries worldwide including as Northern America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle Eastern region. The history of New Holland was dated back in 1895 by the young man Abram Zimmerman initially founded the New Holland Machine Company by purchasing a horse barn in New Holland, Pennsylvania. At the young age of 26, he established his new business of blacksmith shop with a positive aim to manufacture and repair farm machinery for all the local farmers.

Abe Zimmerman was a mechanical genius person who provided an extreme sense of innovation in machinery equipment by bringing fresh ideas such as retailing of German Ottoman four-cycle engine and later single cylinder dual-fly wheel stationary engine known as Columbus. He also brought a prototype idea of manufacturing his own freeze-proof light-weight stationary engine and incorporated New Holland Machine Company in the year 1903. The New Holland Machine Company produced many different kinds of horsepower stationary engine models with a range of ½ hp, 1 ½ hp, 2hp, 4 hp, and 5 hp, to 16 hp engine. The current innovation is hydrogen and methane powered productive range of tractors for energy independent farming with renewable fuel for an emission-free clean eco-friendly environment. It will provide better soil management and valuable control of water resources.

The Case New Holland (CNH) is the latest merger of Case Corporation and New Holland which occurred on November 12, 1999. Case Corporation was founded by Jerome Increase Case in 1842 by the name of J.I Case Threshing Company. It was considered as one of the largest manufacturers of threshing machines and harvest equipment which also produced steam engines, self-propelled portable engines, traction engines, and steam tractors.  Today, Case CE and IH are two distinctive construction and agriculture equipment manufacturer brands with a globally recognized presence in the world.

Pakistan has a huge market demand for New Holland Tractors for agriculture farmers due to their durability, reliability, and versatility to perform all kinds of tasks with ease of farming operations. Al-Ghazi is the authorized name for distributing all range models of New Holland tractors locally and globally. It has a vast product line of NH 480 Power Steering, NH 480 S, NH 640, 640 S, New Holland 55-56, 60-56, and New Holland 70-56 (4WD). These tractors have a range of 55-85 horsepower capacity.

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