Ever since JCB was founded by Joseph Cyril Bamford in a small garage in Staffordshire in 1945, they’ve had a reputation for quality and innovation. Of course JCBs have grown a bit since then – to employ over 10,000 people across 4 continents – but those two key characteristics remain at the heart of everything they do.
They’re certainly epitomized in each and every one of the 300+ products in their range, along with virtues like efficiency, productivity, performance and safety. As such, JCBs are prized assets in every imaginable sector, including construction, engineering, road building, logistics and waste.
They enjoy a similarly broad spread when it comes to manufacturing and sales. JCB machines are built at cutting edge engineering facilities everywhere from Britain to Germany, China, North America and India. With a new £63m... Read More