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Thursday, 6 Oct 2005 ( #229 )
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One of Carine Dekyvere's etchings.
TVH employee inspires with etchings
WAREGEM, Belgium

Carine Dekyvere, a TVH employee since 2003, has taken up warehouse manager Johan Wermeersch’s call to employees to decorate the Waregem plant with works of art.
The first person to volunteer, Dekyvere has loaned her etchings and abstract-figurative works to decorate the TVH restaurant.
The logistics assistant has studied art part-time at the Stedelijke Academie, in Roeselare.

CNH reorganises operations
LAKE FOREST, IL, United States

CNH Global NV, which manufactures telehandlers under the New Holland brand, will reorganise its operations into four global brand structures: CaseIH and New Holland for the agriculture line, and Case and New Holland for the construction line.
CNH president and CEO Harold Boyanovsky said the company was convinced the move would increase shareholder return.
"CNH has been underperforming the industry and the challenge for CNH, as with all Fiat Group companies, is to achieve competitive excellence over the next two years. Realising our growth plans requires a resolute focus for each of our brands to satisfy the different needs of our dealers and customers," he said.
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