A multinational manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment. Its construction equipment has been used in demolitions of Palestinians' homes and in construction on illegal Israeli settlements and the Separation Wall.
CNH Industrial NV, headquartered in London, is a multinational manufacturer of equipment for the agriculture and construction industries. It is dually listed in the U.S. and Italy and is controlled by investment company Exor. Its brands include CASE, New Holland, and Steyr Tractors.
CNH facilitates the expansion of Israel's illegal settlement enterprise by providing equipment for settlement construction and related infrastructure projects. The company's EX355 excavators were used in construction projects in at least three illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, as documented by Who Profits.
CNH EX355 excavators were also used in the construction of Israel's illegal separation wall in the occupied West Bank, according to Who Profits. The company's CASE machinery was also used in the construction of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem railway—a rail line that cuts through the occupied West Bank—and the Nabi Elias Bypass Road, a project that has expropriated 25 acres of occupied land from three Palestinian villages.
Used to construct and expand illegal Israeli settlements and related infrastructure, CNH equipment has also been used in demolitions of Palestinian homes and agricultural land. For example, Who Profits documented CASE wheel loaders being used to demolish homes in at least three Palestinian villages in the occupied West Bank. Additionally, CNH excavators used to expand the illegal Israeli settlement of Efrat were also used to uproot a Palestinian fruit orchard.