JCB adds Jade Equipment JCB to dealer network in Ontario
Jade Equipment JCB is the newest addition to JCB's growing North American dealer network. The new JCB dealership operates from the Jade Equipment premises at 47 Forest Plain Road, Oro-Medonte (Orillia), Ontario.
"After more than 30 years, Jade Equipment customers have come to know us for integrity and excellent service," said Steve McCoy, president of Jade Equipment JCB. "As a JCB dealer we're excited to offer JCB's exceptional range of construction machines to current and future customers, to position them for even greater productivity and competitiveness."
Jade Equipment was founded in 1988 and services and supports road construction equipment. As a JCB dealer, the company sells and services new and used JCB construction machines, including wheel loaders, backhoe loaders, skid steer and compact track loaders and telescopic handlers.
"Jade Equipment has built an exceptional reputation over three decades," said Christian Baillie, vice president of Dealer Sales for JCB North America. "Like JCB, they're committed to their customers' success and to providing the equipment and support customers need to maximize productivity and profitability."
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