New Holland Construction Supports the Comprehensive Winter Maintenance Plan in Argentina

New Holland Construction Supports the Comprehensive Winter Maintenance Plan in Argentina

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A New Holland Construction motor grader supports the Comprehensive Winter Maintenance Plan by clearing snow.

A New Holland Construction motor grader supports the Comprehensive Winter Maintenance Plan by clearing snow.

Tuesday, August 16, 2022 - 4:00pm

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New Holland Construction, a brand of CNH Industrial, has been actively involved in Argentina’s Comprehensive Winter Maintenance Plan this year.

The National Roads Authority sanctions this operation every winter, intending to guarantee the safe passage of all vehicles travelling on national routes to and from the province of Mendoza in the West and Argentina’s Patagonian provinces in the South. Both locations are severely affected by difficult weather conditions in the coldest months and require such a plan to secure the transportation of important goods and supplies.

Giovanni Borgonovo, Marketing Manager of New Holland Construction for Latin America, said, "For us, it is very important to participate again in this project. We are proud to see the brand's teams delivering such an important and necessary task."

A representative from the National Roads Authority added, "This operation is vital for those who live in the localities most affected by the winter snowfall. At National Roads, we generate an extensive plan informed by regional perspectives to ensure that connection and supply is not adversely affected during this complicated period”

State-of-the-art machinery is used to carry out tasks such as snow clearing to prevent accumulation on the roads and irrigation with saline to remove ice from any surfaces. Also, mud cleaning work is completed on gravel routes.

The New Holland motor graders are the perfect machines for the job. Designed to be robust and ensure high productivity, they employ valuable features such as ‘Go Home’ technology, which allows only one gear to be engaged in each direction within the appropriate speed limit for that gear, and hydrostatic orbitrol steering, which allows for advanced manoeuvrability.

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