FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
Fiat IndustrialShaping the futureCreated through the demerger of thecapital goods activities from Fiat S.p.A.,Fiat Industr...
Fiat Industrial at a Glance1   Fiat Industrial: a global leader by scale, scope and size with a powerful brand portfolio2 ...
Fiat Industrial at a GlanceGlobal top 3 capital goods platform with Sep YTD 2010 Revenues of € 15.4 bn 1       1 Sep YTD 2...
What we do      We build……efficient trucks…   …comfortable buses…      …firefighting and     …crawler excavators...       ...
Group Structure  CNH        AGRICULTURAL & CONSTRUCTION  88,9%      EQUIPMENTIVECO        TRUCKS & COMMERCIAL VEHICLES  10...
Top ManagementMembers of the Industrial Executive Council:
Key Figures      1                         55                              68     Group           Research & Development C...
Key Figures: Financial Highlights (FY’10)   21.3                €/bn     1.9           €/bn         378              €/mn ...
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
The SectorsTaking pride in theirknow-howFiat Industrials large industrial base,extensive product range and globalpresence ...
Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Steyr  Case IH  With more than 160 years of tradition and experience in the agricultural...
Case, New Holland Construction, Kobelco  Case Construction  Case Construction Equipment products and supports a full line ...
Iveco  A range of light, medium and heavy commercial and industrial vehicles on and off-road for  transportation and distr...
Iveco Irisbus, Astra and Magirus  Iveco Irisbus  Through the continuous research into advanced technological solutions whi...
FPT Industrial  FPT Industrial is specialized in the design, production and sale of propulsion and transmission  systems f...
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
Global PresenceWorking togetherFiat Industrial has a significant internationaldimension and an extensive presenceworldwide...
Global Presence              ITALY                                               EUROPE                                   ...
Global PresenceThe most extensive and diversified product ranges in the sector and a well balancedglobal presencewith stro...
Global Presence supported by emerging marketsCHINA                                                 BRAZIL• A single, stron...
International AgreementsITALY                                                                        Iveco, FPT Industrial...
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
Innovation andTechnologyDesigning growthInnovation and technological progress arethe key levers that have enabled FiatIndu...
Leveraging synergies across the Fiat Industrialplatform technological leadership
Technological LeadershipBroadest product portfolio and leadership in cost efficient and innovative technologies, compliant...
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
Sustainability, a Commitment to Responsibility
In Harmony with the Environment and Society                   Iveco was the first company in Europe to                   m...
In Harmony with the Environment and Society                       63 plants have Integrated Management                    ...
Enhanced Customer ServiceThe biggest customer service center in EUBuilding world-class excellence in customer experience  ...
Commitment towards Local Communities                  Support to the United Way initiative for                  families i...
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
A Source of PrideFlagship models
Efficiency, Design, Leadership, Power
FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND...
The Roots of Our FutureA history of excellenceFiat Industrial began operations on the 1st ofJanuary 2011 following the dem...
CNH HistoryCNH is created on 12 November 1999 through the merger of NewHolland N.V. and Case Corporation. Its history is l...
Iveco HistoryIn 1975, a great challenge to the market and competitors islaunched, with the merger of five historic Europea...
FPT Industrial HistoryFPT Industrial heritage roots back in the first years of the lastcentury. The first engine for truck...
And the Winner is…   Guinness World         Diesel engine of the     Coach of the Year    Green commercial  Harvesting Rec...
Fiat Industrial on Social NetworksFiat Industrial believes that new media should not only be monitored but also actively u...
Contacts                        Head Office               250 Via Nizza - 10126 Turin (Italy)                    www.fiati...
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  1. 1. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  2. 2. Fiat IndustrialShaping the futureCreated through the demerger of thecapital goods activities from Fiat S.p.A.,Fiat Industrials primary objective is thestrategic development of its businesses.Its decisions, at both the industrial andfinancial level, are based on growth andefficiency that will enable the group totake advantage of opportunities presentedby the market, including potentialalliances. In fact, in terms of size, productportfolio, technology and marketcoverage, all of Fiat Industrialsbusinesses have significant potential tofurther grow and enhance their strategicposition.
  3. 3. Fiat Industrial at a Glance1 Fiat Industrial: a global leader by scale, scope and size with a powerful brand portfolio2 Uniquely diversified across products and geographies Excellent growth prospects through robust market recovery and strong emerging3 markets positions Large margin improvement driven by top-line growth, strong engine platform and4 efficiency gains
  4. 4. Fiat Industrial at a GlanceGlobal top 3 capital goods platform with Sep YTD 2010 Revenues of € 15.4 bn 1 1 Sep YTD 2010 revenues include FinCoand eliminations 2 CNH Ag and CNH CE equipment operations in US GAAP, converted in Euro at average foreign exchange rate.
  5. 5. What we do We build……efficient trucks… …comfortable buses… …firefighting and …crawler excavators... emergency equipment ……wheel loaders… …combines… …tractors … …best in class engines
  6. 6. Group Structure CNH AGRICULTURAL & CONSTRUCTION 88,9% EQUIPMENTIVECO TRUCKS & COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 100% FPTIndustrial ENGINES AND TRASMISSIONS 100%
  7. 7. Top ManagementMembers of the Industrial Executive Council:
  8. 8. Key Figures 1 55 68 Group Research & Development Centers Plants 3 11 62,000Operating Sectors Commercial Brands Employees 238 652,000,000 € Companies on Research & Development
  9. 9. Key Figures: Financial Highlights (FY’10) 21.3 €/bn 1.9 €/bn 378 €/mn Revenues Net industrial debt Net profit+18.8% (change vs. 2009) 1.1 €/bn 3.7 €/bn 5.1 % Trading profit Liquidity Trading margin+3.4% (change vs. 2009) +3.3 p.p. (change vs. 2009)
  10. 10. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  11. 11. The SectorsTaking pride in theirknow-howFiat Industrials large industrial base,extensive product range and globalpresence qualify it as a global leader inthe capital goods sector. Each of theGroups businesses is a majorinternational player in its respectiveindustry sector: Iveco, CNH-Case NewHolland and FPT Industrial. These threesectors design, produce and sell trucks,commercial vehicles, buses, specialvehicles (Iveco), tractors, and agriculturaland construction equipment (CNH), inaddition to engines and transmissions forthose vehicles and engines for marineapplications (FPT Industrial).
  12. 12. Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Steyr Case IH With more than 160 years of tradition and experience in the agricultural industry, Case IH is the choice of professionals. A powerful range of tractors, combines and balers supported by a global network of professional dealers dedicated to providing customers with the superior support and performance solutions for the 21st century standards of productivity and efficiency. New Holland Agriculture Since 1895, New Holland Agriculture is committed to creating ingenious solutions to make farming easier and more efficient. Established as the Clean Energy Leader for its active promotion and development of renewable fuels and sustainable agricultural technology, New Holland offers cash crop producers, livestock farmers, contractors, vineyards and groundcare professionals the widest choice of innovative and easy-to-operate tractors, harvesters and material handling equipment, complemented by tailored financial services. Steyr Steyr has been the leading producer of tractors in Austria for more than 60 years. The red and white trademark, created in 1967 with the launch of the Plus line, is today a synonymous of high-quality, reliable products. The extensive range of tractors demonstrates Steyr’s capacity to adapt its products to the needs of a rapidly changing market, obtaining the maximum in productivity.
  13. 13. Case, New Holland Construction, Kobelco Case Construction Case Construction Equipment products and supports a full line of construction equipment around the world, including the No. 1 loader/backhoes, articulated trucks, excavators, telescopic handlers, motor graders, wheel loaders, vibratory compaction rollers, crawler dozers, skid steers, compact track loaders and rough-terrain forklifts. Through Case dealers, customers have access to a true professional partner—with world-class equipment and aftermarket support, industry-leading warranties and flexible financing. New Holland Construction New Holland Construction is a global, full-line construction equipment brand, with a network of 800 dealers and more than 2,100 outlets in 100 countries. The company brings together the strength and resources of its world-wide commercial, industrial and finance organizations. Thanks to the experience of its foundation heritage brands, New Holland can proudly point to quality, technologically state-of-the-art products that are fully compliant with safety standards and environmental regulations. Kobelco Kobelco manufactures and markets a full line of compact, mid-size and full-size excavators ranging from 1.9 to 88 tons. Kobelco engineering is dedicated to power and precision, and every Kobelco excavator is designed and manufactured to exceed customer expectations. With over 250 distribution outlets in North America, Kobelco excavators are supported by a network of experienced dealers and field service representatives.
  14. 14. Iveco A range of light, medium and heavy commercial and industrial vehicles on and off-road for transportation and distribution of goods, which are cost effective to operate and minimize environmental impacts. With its comprehensive, leading-edge range of products, Iveco is equipped to meet every professional need.
  15. 15. Iveco Irisbus, Astra and Magirus Iveco Irisbus Through the continuous research into advanced technological solutions which respect the environment, Irisbus offers a complete range of vehicles - from minibuses to touring coaches, from urban buses to interurban buses - designed to provide a versatile response to a variety of collective passengers transportation needs: whether intraurban or interurban. Iveco Astra Astra produces 2, 3 and 4-axle vehicles for mining and offers over 210 Extra Heavy-Duty models for tipper bodies, water and fuel tanks, cement mixers and pumps, drills. And, in addition, rigid dumper trucks of payload capacity 28, 32, 40 and 50 tonnes and articulated dumpers of payload capacity 23, 28, 32 and 37 tonnes. Iveco Magirus Emergency response vehicles need to be fast, safe and capable of responding to a variety of situations: fires, floods, earthquakes or explosions. To meet these needs, Iveco offers a versatile range of vehicles under the Iveco Magirus, Lohr Magirus, Iveco Special Vehicles and Camiva brands.
  16. 16. FPT Industrial FPT Industrial is specialized in the design, production and sale of propulsion and transmission systems for on- and off-road commercial vehicles, as well as engines for marine applications and power generation. With an extensive product portfolio (5 engine families ranging in output from 50 hp to 870 hp and transmissions with maximum torque from 300 to 400 Nm) and a strong emphasis on research and development, FPT Industrial is one of the world’s leading producers of powertrains for industrial application.
  17. 17. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  18. 18. Global PresenceWorking togetherFiat Industrial has a significant internationaldimension and an extensive presenceworldwide.Fiat Industrial carries out industrial andfinancial services activities throughcompanies located in many countriesand has commercial relationships withcustomers worldwide.
  19. 19. Global Presence ITALY EUROPE NORTH AMERICARevenues by destination 11.7% Revenues by destination 32.1% Revenues by destination 24.4%Employees 29.2% Employees 36.2% Employees 15.7%Plants 16 Plants 25 Plants 11R&D Centers 13 R&D Centers 21 R&D Centers 13 MERCOSUR REST OF WORLD Revenues by destination 17.3% Revenues by destination 14.5% Employees 12.8% Employees 6.1% Plants 8 Plants 8 R&D Centers 4 R&D Centers 4
  20. 20. Global PresenceThe most extensive and diversified product ranges in the sector and a well balancedglobal presencewith strong position in emerging markets China Trucks, Buses & Special Vehicles Agricultural Equipment RoW Euope Construction North Equipment America Latin Financial America Services 2009A net sales by geography1 2009A net sales by product 1 For Fiat Industrial, 2009PF geographic mix based on the sum of Iveco and CNH 2009A net sales, excluding FPT
  21. 21. Global Presence supported by emerging marketsCHINA BRAZIL• A single, strong partner (SAIC) • Top 3 in AG & CE —R$1bn investment Sorocaba - Fully localized commercial vehicle range (incl. production facility, largest parts distribution engines) center in LatAm - Localized small-medium tractors through JV • Leverage commercial vehicle dealer network• Wholly-owned subsidiary in Harbin for >140hp - Strengthen Medium & Heavy segments with tractors fully updated offering• China JV to be supplier base for global • FPT Industrial manufacturing and R&D site in expansion especially in Africa, Middle East & SeteLagoas Latin America - Launch of Vertis, new mid-range truck for LatAm - Developing mid-range trucks for Europe built RUSSIA in China • JV with Kamazto locally produce AG and CE• Engineering support provided by FPT in Shanghai • Building local AG and CE supply base and distribution networkINDIA• Capacity to be expanded to widen product range RoW in AG • Powerful partnerships in other emerging markets• Global source for drivetrains, engines and - Commercial and manufacturing JVs in Pakistan, axles (AG & CE) Uzbekistan and Turkey in AG• JV with Larsen & Toubro (loader backhoes; compactors)
  22. 22. International AgreementsITALY Iveco, FPT Industrial, SAIC and Chongqing JV (60% held directly and indirectly) for the production and sale ofFPT Industrial and Daimler Group commercial vehicles, engines and transmissions1Strategic collaboration and supply of light diesel enginesITALY, FRANCE, GERMANY AND THE UK PAKISTANIveco and Barclays CNH - Case New Holland and Al FuttaimJV (49%) for the provision of financial services to Iveco’s dealer network Listed JV Al-Ghazi (43.2% CNH and 50% Al Futtaim) for the productionand end customers and distribution of New Holland Agriculture branded tractors in PakistanEUROPE RUSSIACNH - Case New Holland (CNH) and BNP Paribas CNH - Case New Holland and Kamaz JSCJV (49.9%) for the provision of financial services to CNH’s end customers Two JVs for the production (50%) and distribution (51%) of agricultural and construction equipment in the Russian FederationCHINAIveco and Nanjing Automotive Corporation TURKEYJV (50%) for the production and sale of light and medium commercial CNH - Case New Holland and Koç Holdingvehicles Listed JV (37.5% CNH and 37.5% Koç Holding) for the production of tractors under the Case IH Agriculture and New Holland AgricultureIveco and SAIC brands, and import and distribution of agricultural equipment in TurkeyJV (50%) for the production and sale of heavy vehicles
  23. 23. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  24. 24. Innovation andTechnologyDesigning growthInnovation and technological progress arethe key levers that have enabled FiatIndustrials operating sectors, over theyears, to maintain a significant competitiveadvantage and a global position ofleadership.Iveco, CNH and FPT Industrial have 56advanced research centers located aroundthe world, where teams of engineers andtechnicians research, design and test newsolutions to continually improve thereliability and productivity of their vehicles.Throughout the process particular emphasisis given to sustainability, with productsdeveloped to be ever more in harmony withpeople and the environment.
  25. 25. Leveraging synergies across the Fiat Industrialplatform technological leadership
  26. 26. Technological LeadershipBroadest product portfolio and leadership in cost efficient and innovative technologies, compliantwith strictest emission standards• Powertrain technology is a key value • Strong pipeline of innovationscomponent of the finished product and a - Hybrid technologiesmain source of competitive advantage - Compressed Natural Gas - Pure electric• FPT Industrial has the widest product range - Hydrogenin the market- On-road and off-road full line provide • MultiAir technology applied to medium- Product offer ranging from 53hp to 870hp and heavy duty diesel engines- Displacement solutions from 2 to 20 litres - Results in 2–4% reduction in operating- Compliant with environmental regulations costs of all major jurisdictions in the world • Proprietary SCR technology• More than 90% of engines used by CNH - Euro VI and Tier 4A/Stage IIIB standardsand Iveco (ex JVs) are supplied by FPT compliant without exhaust gas recirculation, maximizing fueleconomyIndustrial through a limited number of - Very high Nox conversion efficiencyplatforms (>95% vs. 80–85% of best peers)
  27. 27. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  28. 28. Sustainability, a Commitment to Responsibility
  29. 29. In Harmony with the Environment and Society Iveco was the first company in Europe to market a hybrid medium commercial vehicle 90% of New Holland Agriculture models offered in Europe are designed to run on biofuel blends of up to 100%
  30. 30. In Harmony with the Environment and Society 63 plants have Integrated Management Systems in place for the environment, energy and health & safety 54 have adopted World Class Manufacturing: 2 silver level 6 bronze level 52 are OHSAS 18001certified 45 are ISO 14001certified
  31. 31. Enhanced Customer ServiceThe biggest customer service center in EUBuilding world-class excellence in customer experience 0080048326000
  32. 32. Commitment towards Local Communities Support to the United Way initiative for families in need Direct involvement in Habitat for Humanity’s work to provide housing for the homeless and disadvantaged families Support the Overland project’s initiatives to help communities most in need Help for populations affected by natural disasters
  33. 33. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  34. 34. A Source of PrideFlagship models
  35. 35. Efficiency, Design, Leadership, Power
  36. 36. FIAT INDUSTRIAL Shaping the futureTHE SECTORS Taking pride in their know-howGLOBAL PRESENCE Working togetherINNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY Designing growthSUSTAINABILITY A commitment to responsibilityA SOURCE OF PRIDE Flagship modelsTHE ROOTS OF OUR FUTURE A history of excellence
  37. 37. The Roots of Our FutureA history of excellenceFiat Industrial began operations on the 1st ofJanuary 2011 following the demerger of theactivities of Iveco, CNH and FPT Industrial from FiatS.p.A.This demerger gave life to an industrial andcommercial enterprise (listed on the Milan StockExchange) with a clear strategic focus, financialsolidity and the independence necessary to realisethe maximum potential for its commercial vehicles,agricultural and construction equipment andindustrial and marine powertrain businesses.The group has behind it the vast know-howof Fiat which began producing tractors,trucks, buses and industrial engines morethan 100 years ago. The CNH and Ivecobrands inherited a grand tradition of historicachievements and technological know-how.They have continued to build on that baseand today, with their proven experience andinnovative capacity, are among the globalleaders in their respective sectors.
  38. 38. CNH HistoryCNH is created on 12 November 1999 through the merger of NewHolland N.V. and Case Corporation. Its history is linked to influentialfigures such as Giovanni Agnelli, Henry Ford, Cyrus McCormick,Alexandre Braud, David Brown, J.I. Case, Leon Claeys, and WerndlJosef who had the courage to initiate, experiment and innovate.As a result of a strong drive toward progress that characterized bothCase and New Holland from the very beginning, the Group is nowone of the global leaders in the agricultural and constructionequipment segment.Main milestones:1999: CNH Global is established.2000: CNH Global acquires 100% of Flexi-Coil Ltd., the Canadianagricultural equipment producer. Paolo Monferino is named Presidentand CEO of CNH Global N.V.2001: CNH Global, Kobe Steel Ltd. and Kobelco ConstructionMachinery join forces to create a global alliance for the development,production and sale of crawler excavators worldwide.2002: CNH Global N.V. creates Fiat Kobelco Construction MachineryS.p.A. (Fiat Kobelco).2005: in Europe and Latin America CNH reorganizes the non-Caseconstruction equipment portfolio under a single brand: New HollandConstruction. Harold Boyanovsky is named President and CEO ofCNH Global N.V.2006: Sergio Marchionne is appointed Chairman of the Board ofCNH Global N.V.2009: CNH is present in more than 170 countries worldwide throughits network of some 11,600 dealers and distributors.2010: in April, Fiat announces plans to demerge its agricultural andconstruction equipment business (CNH), trucks and commercialvehicles business (Iveco) and the related powertrain activities. CNH,Iveco and the “Industrial & Marine” business line of FPT PowertrainTechnologies are transferred to the newly established Fiat IndustrialS.p.A., which is listed on Borsa Italiana. The demerger becomeseffective on 1 January 2011.
  39. 39. Iveco HistoryIn 1975, a great challenge to the market and competitors islaunched, with the merger of five historic European companies – allfounded in the late 19th century and specialized in the design andmanufacture of commercial vehicles – to create Iveco.Backed by solid know-how, the new group represents the very best intechnological innovation, capable of competing at the manufacturingand commercial level in both developed and emerging markets with adevelopment strategy focused on respect for the environment.Over its 35-year history, Iveco has demonstrated its commitment to aglobal, multi-cultural approach.1975-1984: integrating cultures, streamlining the product portfolioand optimizing manufacturing capacity: it is with this spirit that Ivecotakes its first steps, immediately distinguishing itself for stronginternational focus in the commercial road transport sector. With 200basic models and 600 versions in total, Iveco offers one of the mostcomprehensive ranges in Europe.1985-1994: Iveco expands its boundaries, conquering new markets,setting up joint ventures, and establishing commercial agreementsaround the world. The Group also launches a new strategic initiative,named the Iveco Europe Project, which is aimed at optimizingindustrial processes and improving productivity.1995-2004: Iveco launches several major new products in Europe –including engines, buses, trucks and light commercial vehicles.International expansion continues with new strategic joint venturesestablished in China.2005-2010: Iveco celebrates its first 30 years. The companycontinues to expand internationally with several major agreements incountries with high growth potential, such as China.2010: in April, Fiat announces plans to demerge its agricultural andconstruction equipment business (CNH), trucks and commercialvehicles business (Iveco) and the related powertrain activities. CNH,Iveco and the “Industrial & Marine” business line of FPT PowertrainTechnologies are transferred to the newly established Fiat IndustrialS.p.A., which is listed on Borsa Italiana. The demerger becomeseffective on 1 January 2011.
  40. 40. FPT Industrial HistoryFPT Industrial heritage roots back in the first years of the lastcentury. The first engine for trucks, called 24 HP as the 4 tons truck itequipped, was actually produced in 1903; the engine featured adisplacement of 6370 cc and four cylinders.In 1918 the first engine for agricultural machines was produced ; itwas a 20 HP, 3570 c.c. called 702, such as the tractor it was built toequip; both engines were gasoline-fuelled.In 1931, after engineering activities dating back to 1906, the 632N,first Fiat diesel engine, started being assembled on trucks.The Fiat unit dedicated to industrial engines was part of the so called“Fiat Veicoli Industriali” from 1929 until 1975, when it wasincorporated in the newly-born Iveco. Meanwhile, in 1965, “FiatVeicoli Industriali” acquired the Carraro brand, a company located inMilan specialized in the production of marine engines, and gave life tothe Aifo brand. In the ‘80s, the Iveco-Aifo engines became verypopular, conquering the most important offshore worldchampionships.In 2004, the creation of Iveco Motors gave life to a sector dedicatedto industrial (both on and off highway), marine and power generationapplications.In 2005, the creation of FPT-Fiat Powertrain Technologies brought tothe unification of all the powertrain activities carried on in the FiatGroup, from cars, to commercial vehicles, agricultural andconstruction machineries, marine and power generation applications.From 2005 to 2010 FPT developed state-of the-art technologies suchas the revolutionary Multiar system, the second generation ofMultijet, the DDCT transmission and the SCR.In April 2010, Fiat announced plans to demerge its agricultural andconstruction equipment business (CNH), trucks and commercialvehicles business (Iveco) and the related powertrain activities (FPTIndustrial). CNH, Iveco and FPT Industrial were transferred to thenewly established company, Fiat Industrial S.p.A.
  41. 41. And the Winner is… Guinness World Diesel engine of the Coach of the Year Green commercial Harvesting Record year 2008 2008 and “Autobus of the year 2009 2008 Turistico” 2009 and “Utilitaire de l’année” 2010Truck of the Year 2010 Tractor of the year e Machine of the Year Construction (Australia) Golden Tractor for 2010 Equipment Top 100 the Design 2008 and Products list 2010 2010 Golden Tractor for the Design 2011
  42. 42. Fiat Industrial on Social NetworksFiat Industrial believes that new media should not only be monitored but also actively used as anofficial platform of the Group and its brands, to provide users accurate and informed access to itsviews. Through its presence on social networks, the Group can offer in-depth and up-to-datecorporate information as an integrated part of its overall communication strategy.
  43. 43. Contacts Head Office 250 Via Nizza - 10126 Turin (Italy) www.fiatindustrial.com Media Center 250 Via Nizza - 10126 Turin (Italy) E-mail: mediarelations@fiatindustrial.com Investor Relations 250 Via Nizza - 10126 Turin (Italy) E-mail: investor.relations@fiatindustrial.com serviziotitoli@fiatindustrial.com Sustainability 250 Via Nizza - 10126 Turin (Italy) E-mail: sustainability@fiatindustrial.com Careers www.fiatindustrial.com

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