JCB has executed contracts with the Canadian Army, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and the Blanc Sablon Airport to deliver a total of 10 large excavators and wheel loading shovels valued at more than CAD 2.5 million.
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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.
JCB has added two liquid propane gas (LPG) fuelled models to its range of Teletruk forklifts. Initially developed to meet the needs of the logistics industry, the new JCB TLT 25 LPG and TLT 30 LPG Teletruks are suited to indoor and emissions-sensitive applications, such as warehouse and logistics facilities, food processing, and greenhouse and commercial landscaping operations.
JCB is offering new options for its range of JCB Loadall lift-and-place telescopic handlers offered in North America.
JCB today launched the 504-13 Loadall subcompact telescopic handler in response to growing demand in North America for telehandlers in the sub-6,000-pound category. With a 4,000-pound lift capacity and maximum lift height of 13 feet 3 inches, the new JCB 504-13 telehandler is well-suited to maintenance applications, jobsite cleanup and material handling within confined worksites.
- The new 504-13 telehandler builds on the design and capability characteristics of the company's earlier JCB 520-40 Loadall, with the addition of a new 39-hp Perkins Tier 4 Final–compliant diesel engine. Other features include:
- All-steel bodywork
- Permanent 4-wheel steering for enhanced maneuverability
- Low boom profile for exceptional visibility, enabling improved productivity and safety
- Compact tool carrier or skid-steer coupler for attachments to accommodate a wide array of attachments and applications
- Two-speed hydrostatic transmission
- Two-year/2,000-hour warranty
JCB will exhibit a range of rental-ready machines at The Rental Show 2019, hosted by the American Rental Association in Anaheim, California from February 17 to 20.
For six decades, John Carter has embodied the spirit of JCB, the world's largest privately-owned manufacturer of construction, agriculture and defense equipment. Today the company bid farewell to the happy-natured journeyman whose career spanned three countries, included 15 different job titles and influenced thousands of colleagues.
The reputation of the compact excavator has been significantly bolstered in recent years due to their growing versatility and the range of options available for these machines. As hydraulic capabilities improve, the scope of these machines' capabilities has moved beyond earthmoving in cramped quarters and on small jobs. The compact excavator has become a multifunctional machine that can meet a variety of needs, from flail mowing to precision excavating.
JCB has received an extension to its current production contract with the Department of Defense to manufacture High Mobility Engineer Excavators (HMEEs) for the United States Army. The $72.8 million deal for approximately 180 HMEEs will continue production through 2020. A new multi-year contract is expected in the future and will further HMEE production into the middle of the next decade.
JCB North America today announced the availability in the United States and Canada of three new site dumper models, with maximum payload capacities ranging from 13,000 to nearly 20,000 pounds. The innovative new range is designed and built by JCB to be the safest in the industry, setting new standards for site dumper visibility, stability and operator protection.
From surface conditions to engine horsepower to hydraulic flow, there are a lot of things to consider when choosing a compact track loader that will meet the demands of your applications and deliver the best return on your investment. We asked product experts for their advice on how to select the right CTL for your jobsite needs.