CARBON FOOTPRINT

CNH Industrial is actively engaged in reducing CO₂ emissions associated with its manufacturing processes, logistics, and the use phase of its vehicles. This approach is fundamental to the continuous improvement of the Company’s performance and the protection of the environment in which it operates.

CNH Industrial’s plants use systems and processes for reducing energy consumption and limiting the use of fossil fuels, favoring electricity from renewable sources.

Initiatives to promote ever-more sustainable logistics processes focus on technologies, procedures, and activities aimed at increasing low-emissions transport, adopting intermodal solutions, and optimizing transport capacity.

Furthermore, the Company is developing its own decarbonization strategy to shift toward a more environmentally friendly product portfolio, increasing the use of biofuels and electrification, and continuing research into hydrogen fuel and clean diesel.

CNH Industrial supports the SDGs

Raising a Glass to a Zero-Emissions Barolo Harvest

LNG Powered Trucks keep gathering Momentum

Lowering Logistics Emissions in Brazil

First Electric Backhoe lights the way in Construction

Carbon Reduction and Renewables Targets remain on Track

Aiming for a Zero-Carbon Footprint

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CNH Industrial is a global leader in the capital goods sector that, through its various businesses, designs, produces and sells agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles, buses and specialty vehicles, in addition to a broad portfolio of powertrain applications.

CNH Industrial N.V. Corporate Office: 25 St. James's Street London, SW1A 1HA United Kingdom

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