JCB Telescopic Handlers
JCB's equipment in the big construction business goes back as far as 1965. In that year, they introduced the JCB 7, their first 360-degree crawler excavator. At present, over 40 years later, JCB's equipment range has grown considerably in the past few decades. They have expanded their products it comprise crawler excavators, tracked excavators, wheeled loading shovels, zero tail-swing excavators, their Vibromax variety of compacting machines and articulated dump trucks! JCB takes pride in their innovative and diversified history. They continue to remain at the top of the business.
JCB is dedicated to developing their machinery to particularly suit their clients' requirements and expectations. They offer excellent operating performance and top of the line fuel efficiency. Their equipment are built with simple maintenance in mind and their equipment are designed to perform great in all operating settings. JCB provides a lot of alternatives for their products and have made literally thousands of specific attachments, so that there are numerous available options to meet various types of applications.
JCB is a private company. They have spent a lot of time on their investment decisions and have a long-term view and dedication on their growth plans also. Recently, the company has spent 40 million pounds in a state-of-the-art Excavator factory. This new factory is committed to engineering and building their JS range within a technologically advanced setting. There is a virtual factory tour available on the net in order to see things first hand.
Within the United Kingdom, JCB proudly offers more dealer depots than anybody in the field. As part of their company dedication, JCB offers an "anywhere in 24 hours parts delivery" assistance. Additionally, JCB LiveLink, their machinery management technology, combined with extremely flexible insurance and finance options, JCB can be your one-stop shop to deliver the total solution! The company is completely devoted to continuous advancement. They challenge the knowledge that is currently accepted in the business and always strive to develop more profitable and robust machinery.
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