In 2013, Case IH introduced its Combine Header Center of Excellence, located in Burlington, Iowa. New corn heads and draper heads also were launched.
“We’ve invested $30 million in manufacturing improvements to create a world-class production facility, and another $30 million in research and development dedicated to header design,” says Kelly Kravig, Case IH Marketing Manager, Combines & Headers. “These new state-of-the-art headers are based on in-depth customer input and extensive competitive benchmark testing, and engineered with the latest advancements in harvesting technology.”
This video takes you inside the facility, including how to meet the needs of today’s customers from both a production and quality standpoint. Stay tuned for our next post that will go into detail on the new draper head models.
I have been a part of CNH for about 4 years now and really enjoy being part of something that has been a part of farmers all over the world. I take great pride in seeing what we build in this plant go to be a vital cog in farming.
very proud to run case IH equipment about 20 minutes north of Burlington…. good to see this addition to the plant…
Way to go