INTELLIGENT WATER MANAGEMENT
New Holland is committed to conserving the most precious agricultural commodity: water. In Coex, France, water management techniques enable up to 90% water recovery. In Plock, Poland, a new water consumption monitoring system has reduced water consumption by 37% as well as reusing a high percentage of water within the production process. It even enables the plant to produce demineralised water following the painting cycle.
 
 
INCREASING THE QUALITY LIFESPAN OF PARTS
Remanufactured parts are frequently cheaper than buying brand new replacements, making it even more attractive for farmers to choose New Holland quality guaranteed parts. Up to 80% of products can be recycled! When genuine parts are used machines run more efficiently and are more productive.
 
 
MORE EFFICIENT TRANSPORT
New Holland always selects the most efficient and lowest emissions transport solutions possible, to reduce the impact of its products. This includes selecting modern, fuel efficient trucks, alongside using intermodal solutions for both component shipping and final product distribution.
 
 
 
WORKING FOR A BETTER WORLD
New Holland is committed to improving not only the working environment through ergonomic analysis, but also the environment, and is actively involved in biodiversity projects in Brazil and Canada. It is also at the cutting edge of greenhouse gas emissions reporting.
 
REDUCING THE IMPACT OF PRODUCTION
All plants participate in the stringent World Class Manufacturing programme, which is focused on increasing the quality of production through ten key pillars. Energy reduction is a key requirement. To date, 13 plants have achieved the prestigious ISO 50001 certification in energy management. All New Holland plants are working towards the ambitious target of reducing energy consumption by 15% by 2014.
 
 
CNH INDUSTRIAL CONFIRMED AS INDUSTRY LEADER IN DOW JONES SUSTAINABILITY WORLD AND EUROPE INDICES FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
With a winning score of 87/100, CNH Industrial which is a global leader in capital goods once again demonstrates the company’s commitment to sustain its Best in Class position in the field of Sustainability.
This is the Company’s fourth consecutive year in the Indices’ top position, an honor which is given following the careful review of the participating companies’ activities in the field. The pillars of the New Holland Clean Energy Leader® strategy played a significant role in obtaining this position.
For more info http://cnhindustrial.com/en-US/sustainability2014/Pages/homepage.aspx and http://www.sustainability-indices.com/