BURR RIDGE, Ill. — CNH Industrial and the Climate Corp., a
division of Monsanto Co., announced a licensing agreement for Precision Planting
The nonexclusive agreement provides CNH Industrial and the
Climate Corp. the opportunity for factory integration of select Precision
Planting technology into CNH Industrial agricultural planters specifically
designed to optimize planting performance, including the Case IH Early Riser
The agreement is consistent with Monsanto’s broad licensing
approach to provide farmers access to leading technologies and information and
CNH Industrial’s commitment to delivering products and services to their
customers that provide additional value to their operations.
In addition, the Climate Corp. and CNH are committed to
ensuring farmers can seamlessly connect to the Climate Corp.’s full range of
services and technologies — from Precision Planting equipment to the Climate
Technology Platform, including Climate Pro, FieldView and FieldScripts.
The integration of advanced agronomic decision tools will
help farmers increase yields and operate more efficiently.
“This agreement will allow CNH Industrial to provide
producers the next level of customization and seed delivery technology in the
market,” said Dave Larson, CNH Industrial vice president agricultural equipment
“It will allow us not only to pair the technologies and
services of our companies, but to evolve them together to deliver significant
improvements in planting efficiency and yield.”
“We’re proud to be partnering with CNH Industrial to provide
farmers with industry-leading precision equipment that will enable them to more
efficiently manage their operations and increase their yield,” added David
Friedberg, CEO of the Climate Corp.
“As farmers explore new digital tools to better inform the
multiple decisions they make each year, this collaboration will make it simpler
for them to use the most effective decision support tools on the CNH equipment
of their choice.”