Fiat Industrial

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Fiat Industrial SpA

legal form Società per Azioni
ISIN IT0004644743
founding 2010
resolution 2013
Reason for dissolution Merger to form CNH Industrial
Seat Turin , ItalyItalyItaly 
Number of employees 68,257 (2012)
sales EUR 25.8 billion (2012)
Branch Commercial vehicles , agricultural engineering

The Fiat Industrial SpA was an Italian manufacturer of trucks , construction machinery , agricultural machinery and engines , based in Turin . The company was listed on the stock exchange and was created in 2010 in connection with the split of the Fiat group into the industrial and automotive parts.

The company was not identical to Fiat SpA . However, close business relationships existed historically and as a result of cooperation.


At the end of 2010, the old Fiat group was split up into the new Fiat SpA and Fiat Industrial SpA . The previous owners received one share in the two new companies for each old share. Fiat Industrial has been listed on the stock exchange since January 2011. In November 2012 it was announced that Fiat Industrial will merge with CNH Global . At the end of 2013 the two companies merged to become CNH Industrial .


Fiat Industrial was primarily a holding company for the independently operating subsidiaries.


The truck manufacturer Iveco employs a good 26,000 people. This was created in 1975 as a merger of the truck divisions of Fiat, the Italian manufacturer Officine Meccaniche , the French manufacturer Unic and the German Magirus-Deutz AG .

CNH Global

At CNH Global , based in Amsterdam is Fiat Industrial been involved with 89.3%. The company was the second largest producer of agricultural machinery in the world and number three in the construction machinery industry . It employed a good 25,000 people and sells its products under brands such as Steyr , Case IH and New Holland .

Fiat Powertrain Technologies

The industrial and marine engines divisions of Fiat Powertrain Technologies were added to Fiat Industrial , while the automotive supply activities went to Fiat SpA.

Schematic representation

Timeline of brands that until 2013 Industrial Fiat formed
brand 1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s
Fiat (truck) to Iveco Iveco Iveco
(100% Fiat Industrial)
OM OM OM Fiat Linden tree
OM Iveco
Unic UNIC Iveco
Iveco Magirus Magirus Klöckner-Deutz Magirus-Deutz Iveco-Magirus
Astra Astra / Iveco-Astra
FiatAgri Fiat FiatAgri New Holland CNH Global
(90% Fiat Industrial)
Fiat-Allis Fiat-Allis New Holland
Fordson Fordson ford ford New Holland
New Holland
Case IH + CE
  •  Brand of an independent company before takeover by Fiat, possibly already active in other areas beforehand
  •  Brand of a company that was majority owned by Fiat
  •  Brand that was 100% Fiat owned
  •  Brand of a company that was majority owned by Fiat Industrial
  •  Fiat Industrial brand
  •  Brand, division or majority sold
  • Web links

    Individual evidence

    1. a b Fiat Industrial SpA: Annual Report At 31 December 2012 . English, PDF, 5.4 MB. Online at
    2. The stock exchange loves two fiat more than one. In: NZZ Online, January 4, 2011, accessed on May 2, 2011 .
    3. Closed- 2160916