JCB Inc.

2000 Bamford Blvd
Pooler, GA
US, 31322

About JCB:

In every corner of the world you'll find a JCB machine. JCB is one of the world's top three manufacturers of construction equipment. We employ over 12,000 people on four continents and sell our products in 150 countries through 2,000 dealer locations.

Throughout our 70+ year history, we have always invested heavily in research and development, keeping JCB at the cutting edge of innovation.

Today, JCB has some of the finest engineering facilities across the globe, produces a range of over 300 machines and maintains a reputation for unrivaled customer service.

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Telehandler advancements at JCB

JCB has introduced telehandler models of specific industry applications, the new 514-56S Energy Master is geared specifically to oil and gas and windfarm industry operators with its 14,000lb max lift capacity and 145hp engine, matched to a DualTech Variable Transmission, to enable road speeds of up to 25mph. Similarly, 512-26 Waste Master is designed to meet the unique needs of the waste and recycling industry, and the 508-66 Tool Carrier, with its 66ft lift height, is the perfect solution for operators in urban environments who require telehandler capability and mobility along with small crane functionality.

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JCB launches new 30,000-pound excavator for rental customers

JCB has launched a brand-new JS131 crawler excavator for rental customers – a machine offering strong cost-of-ownership benefits. The 30,000-pound machine – which loses none of the flexibility and performance of the proven JS130 –  is equipped with a fuel-efficient JCB EcoMAX engine that meets Tier-4-Final emission standards without the need for a complex and costly diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system or any form of exhaust treatment fluid. 

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Volvo launches Dig Assist in North America, an intuitive machine control solution for crawler excavators

Volvo Dig Assist unlocks the full potential of an excavator’s productivity. Utilizing Volvo Co-Pilot — the award-winning in-cab interface with 10-inch high-resolution touch screen — Dig Assist allows operators to easily input job specifications and track progress along the way to ensure the job is done right the first time, every time.

“We’ve designed Dig Assist in a way that is very easy to learn and very intuitive to use — requiring as little as 10 minutes of upfront training and only a few touches to get started with a new job,” said Matt McLean, product manager, GPE products at Volvo Construction Equipment. “Once you’re up and running, there’s no more guesswork. You can design and track progress in real time — thereby reducing the need for on-site engineers, surveyors, and manual grade and depth checks. It’s very simple to use, but can make an enormous impact to productivity and job profitability.”

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JCB Teleskid is world's first skid steer and compact track loader with a telescopic boom

JCB today previewed the world’s first skid steer and compact track loader with a telescopic boom. The JCB Teleskid can reach 60 percent farther forward than any other skid steer on the market and – in an industry first – it is the only skid steer in the world that can dig below its chassis to an unparalleled depth of around one metre. In addition, this new machine can reach 8 percent higher than any other skid steer.

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Backhoe Loaders: Product Gallery

JCB’s 3CX Compact Backhoe is designed for confined jobsites. Its 6-foot-wide by 9-foot-high footprint makes it 35 percent smaller than JCB’s standard 3CX backhoe model without sacrificing performance and durability. Pod-mounted, ergonomically designed excavator pilot controls are standard. It has a 74-hp Tier 4 Final engine, three-speed hydrostatic transmission, 25-mph top speed and four equal-size tires with four-wheel steering.  

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Equipment Focus: Backhoe Loader Trends

Joseph Cyril Bamford, the founder of JCB, developed the first backhoe loader in 1953 by mounting a backhoe on the rear of a Major Loader. He had created the Major Loader in 1948 by bolting a loader onto the front of a Fordson Major tractor.  In 1957, Case Construction Equipment introduced the first factory-integrated tractor loader backhoe. Before then, contractors were making their own versions of the backhoe loader. Case saw a need for a machine that was designed, made and warrantied by a single manufacturer.

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Rolls-Royce moves into excavator market with MTU engines for JCB

The introduction of the MTU engine into three of JCB's JS excavators will offer operators fuel savings of up to 10%. In the picture the JS 2330.

For the first time, Rolls-Royce will be supplying MTU engines for use in excavators, having won an order from British construction equipment manufacturer JCB. MTU’s Series 1000 engines are compliant with EU-Stage IV and EPA Tier 4f emissions legislation and are to be used to power new excavators in JCB’s JS 300, JS 330 and JS 370 series. The construction machinery manufacturer is choosing MTU for its excavators for the first time. The MTU brand is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

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JCB Enters Powered Access Market

JCB has announced its intention to become a major player in the $8 billion powered access market by entering the sector for the first time with the launch of a brand new range. The company has been developing and engineering a line-up of powered access machines in secret for the past two years. The first products announced are nine all-new electric scissor models. By the end of 2017 the newly-launched JCB Access business will be offering a total of 27 new platforms, including scissors, articulated booms and telescopic boom machines.

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JCB North America donates equipment to assist with Hurricane Matthew cleanup

JCB North America has made equipment available including a 3CX backhoe loader and a 437 wheel loader, together valued at over $300,000 to assist with local cleanup efforts in the Savannah area, which sustained significant damage from Hurricane Matthew in early October. Preliminary estimates say that the hurricane caused nearly $100 million worth of property damage in the state of Georgia alone.

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