Who is the sole shareholder of Iveco brands?
IVECO S.p.A. company with a sole shareholder. Via Puglia 35, 10156 – Turin, Italy. Paid-in Capital 200.000.000 euros. Company Register of Turin / Fiscal Code 9709770011.
When did Irisbus become part of Iveco Motors?
In 2003 IVECO entirely bought out Irisbus, originally part of a joint venture with Renault. In 2004 the Iveco Motors brand was born, which became an umbrella for the production of engines, and the following year it was incorporated into the newly founded Fiat Powertrain Technologies.
How many production plants does Iveco have in the world?
Its production plants are in Europe, Brazil, Russia, Australia, Africa, Argentina and China, and it has approximately 5,000 points of sales and service in over 160 countries. The worldwide output of the company amounts to around 150,000 commercial vehicles with a turnover of about €10 billion.
When did Iveco take over International Trucks Australia?
In 1992, IVECO took over the primary constructor of industrial vehicles in Australia to form Ital, originally called International Trucks Australia. In 2000 it was renamed Iveco Trucks Australia Limited. In 1996 firefighting activities in Germany were structured under the company Iveco Magirus Brandschutztechnik GmbH.
What kind of engines are made by Iveco?
IVECO – FPT and CNH/ Case engines are used in variety of agricultural equipment including tractors from 72 Hp, combine harvesters, tele handlers and wheel loaders. With more than 15 million motors created and with a motor yearly generation of more than 400,000 units, FPT/IVECO is perhaps the biggest maker of diesel motors on the planet.
Where do IVECO FPT and CNH engines come from?
Heavy machinery IVECO – FPT and CNH aftermarket engines and supply parts. We aim to supply parts and engines for the main industry sectors including Industrial, Agricultural, Construction, Marine, Automotive and Power Generation
How many Iveco service points are there in the world?
Over 4.900 service points located worldwide provide Iveco with a true global coverage which, combined with an appreciation of particular local concerns, enables the company to provide assistance where and when it is needed and to respond to major situations quickly and effectively.