Case IH introduces tougher, rust-resistant paint with a deeper shine
Farmer's Weekly|April 16, 2021
Additions to the paint shop facilities at the Case IH St Valentin tractor plant in Austria have resulted in longer-lasting paintwork on the company’s tractors. Advanced techniques now ensure that the paint adheres more tightly to metal surfaces, making the paintwork more resistant to scratching, cracking and rusting.

Tractors manufactured at Case IH‘s St Valentin plant in Austria now have extra-strong paintwork with a higher gloss finish that resists damage.

Case IH tractors produced at CNH Industrial’s plant in St Valentin, Austria, now come with upgraded paint finishes that are tougher and more rust-resistant than ever. These improvements are due to a €1,1 million (R19,5 million) investment in new pre-treatment and paint shop facilities at the factory.

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