CNH report shows another side of sustainability

Farm Forum

CNH Industrial, manufacturer of Case and New Holland farm machinery, released its 2014 Sustainability Report. The document reports on sustainability in the company’s day-to-day business and outlines a far-reaching sustainability plan.

The company’s commitment to sustainability at all levels of its operation comes as no surprise to Karen Scanlon, executive director of the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) in West Lafayette, Indiana.

CNH, through its Case IH division, has been a long-time member and active supporter of CTIC, and one of the company’s executives currently sits on the organization’s board, Scanlon notes.

“Working with Case IH on projects ranging from conservation tillage demonstrations to watershed protection to the upcoming Conservation in Action Tour of southern Minnesota, it’s clear that the company and its people are deeply committed to sustainability,” Scanlon says.

“What is especially exciting about this report is seeing how CNH integrates sustainability into every aspect of its operation, from how it sources its raw materials to how it treats its people, and ultimately, to what happens at the end of a machine’s lifetime,” she adds. “It’s an inspiring, holistic approach to sustainability, giving us a look beyond our efforts to improve soil, water and air quality through conservation.”

The report is available online at Visit for more information about CTIC.