A Fiat Kobelco (CNH) excavator used for the construction of a new settlement | Leshem | Dec. 2012 | Photographed by Ahmad Al-Bazz, Activestills.  A Fiat Kobelco (CNH) excavator used for the construction of a new settlement | Leshem | Dec. 2012 | Photographed by Ahmad Al-Bazz, Activestills.  A Fiat Kobelco (CNH) excavator used for the construction of a new settlement | Leshem | Dec. 2012 | Photographed by Ahmad Al-Bazz, Activestills.  A Fiat Kobelco (CNH) excavator used for the construction of the wall | Ni'lin | Oct. 2008 | Photographed by ActivestillsProtest against the wall | Ni'lin | Sep. 2008 | Photographed by ActivestillsA Fiat Kobelco (CNH) excavator uprooting an apricot and date orchard belonging to the Palestinian village of Artas | May 2007 | Photographed by ActivestillsA Case (CNH) wheel loader during house demolitions | Bir al-'Id in the South Hebron Hills | June 2011 | Photo by Guy from Ta'ayush
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A multinational manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles and buses. Engineering machinery manufactured by the company was used for the construction of West Bank settlements and their infrastructure, settlement industrial zones and the Separation Wall. The company's tools were also documented during house demolitions in the area of the South Hebron Hills in the West Bank.

CNH EX355 excavators were used during the construction of the Israeli outpost Leshem. The same model was documented during the construction of the Separation Wall on the lands of the Palestinian villages of Bidu, Bil'in and Ni'lin and uprooting an apricot and date orchard belonging to the Palestinian village of Artas, in order to expand the infrastructure of the Efrat settlement.

Case wheel loaders were documented building an expansion of the Barkan Industrial Zone and the new Tel Aviv-Jerusalem high speed railway, which crosses the Green Line twice into the OPT. Case wheel loaders were also used during house demolitions in the Palestinian villages of Khirbet M'fakara, Susya and Bir al-'Id in the South Hebron Hills.