JCB's machines in the large construction industry goes back as far as 1965. In that very year, they launched the JCB 7, their very first 360-degree crawler excavator. At present, more than 40 years after, JCB's machinery range has grown considerably in the last few decades. They have expanded their products it include crawler excavators, tracked excavators, zero tail-swing excavators, wheeled loading shovels, their Vibromax range of compacting equipment and articulated dump trucks! JCB takes pride in their diversified and innovative history. They continue to remain at the forefront of the business.
To suit the particular requirements of their valued customers, JCB is committed to developing their machinery to provide top of the line fuel efficiency and excellent operating performance. Their machinery are built to perform great in all operating settings and their equipment are built with simple maintenance in mind. JCB offers many alternatives for their products and have developed practically thousands of specific attachments, so that there are lots of available choices to suit a range of applications.
JCB has remained a private company spending a lot of time on their investment decisions and have developed a committed long-term plan also. Lately, the company has invested 40m pounds in a state-of-the-art Excavator factory. This new factory is committed to designing and making their JS range within a technologically advanced environment. There is a virtual factory tour available on the internet so as to see things first hand.
JCB proudly offers more dealer depots than anybody else in the field within the United Kingdom. The company also provides an "anywhere in 24 hours parts delivery" service. In addition, JCB LiveLink, their equipment management technology, combined with very flexible insurance and finance options, JCB can be your one-stop shop to provide the total solution! The company is completely devoted to continuous innovation. They challenge the knowledge that is presently accepted within the industry and always strive to develop more cost-effective and powerful machines.