A history of modern combining by New Holland
The midrange CX5000 & CX6000 Elevation models are built in Zedelgem, Belgium, home to New Holland’s Centre of Global Harvesting Excellence. It was here, over 100 years ago, that Leon Claeys built his very first threshing machine that revolutionised the way farmers harvested. Zedelgem is synonymous with harvesting firsts, in 1952 it produced the first European self-propelled combine harvester. Today, yellow blooded engineers are committed to developing the next generation of harvesting products. The sophisticated product development process and the extensive knowledge of a dedicated workforce of a World Class Manufacturing facility ensure the CX5000 & CX6000 Elevation range, together with all flagship harvesting products, the CR Twin Rotor™ combine, BigBaler large square balers and FR forage harvester, continues to set the benchmark in harvesting.