Case IH manufactures a wide range of agricultural machinery, including tractors, combine harvesters and tillage equipment. Founded in the United States by Jerome Increase Case, the company has grown to include a network of more than 4,900 dealers, across 160 countries.
The Case IH brand is owned by CNH, an Italian-American manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment, who also has the New Holland brand within its portfolio.
Case was originally established by Jerome Case who was intrigued as a child by machines that could cut wheat without the need of people physically harvesting with their hands. It was from this moment that his interest in agriculture developed and he went on to form the Case company. In 1985 Case became Case IH having acquired selected assets of International Harvesters and in 1999 the company became part of CNH.
Case works closely with its customers through its Customer Driven Product Design (CDPD) Process, to ensure the products continue to meet the changing demands of the agricultural industry.