JCB Machine News & Articles

CUSTOMER DEMAND LEADS ALLCOTT HIRE TO PURCHASE MORE JCB TELEHANDLERS
31 Jan, 2018

Allcott Hire, one of Australia’s largest independent equipment hire companies, has added another 10 JCB 525-60 C telehandlers to its expanding fleet. According to Alan Edgerton, Procurement Manager at Allcott Hire, the company chose this ...

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New Skid Steer Loaders offer increased versatility
18 Jul, 2016

The two New Skid Steer Loaders to be added to JCB Construction Equipment Australia’s (CEA) range, the 135HD and 155HD, are purpose built to operate in tougher applications and confined areas.The compact structure of the ...

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JCB Skid Steers upskill the next Generation
21 Jan, 2015

Safety, reliability and simplicity of operation are three of the key reasons a Victorian construction training organisation has chosen JCB skid steers for its training programs.Safe T Training provides specialised training in civil construction work, ...

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CUSTOMER DEMAND LEADS ALLCOTT HIRE TO PURCHASE MORE JCB TELEHANDLERS

Allcott Hire, one of Australia’s largest independent equipment hire companies, has added another 10 JCB 525-60 C telehandlers to its expanding fleet. According to Alan Edgerton, Procurement Manager at Allcott Hire, the company chose this ...

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JCB BACKHOE LOADER TOPS 2017 MARKET SHARE

Datamotive has released construction market share data revealing that the JCB backhoe loader is number one in Australia once again for 2017.Nationally, the JCB side-shift backhoe holds 50.6% market share, which is up 6.4% from ...

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JCB CEA REACHES MOMENTOUS MILESTONE

JCB Construction Equipment Australia (CEA) sold its 10,000th JCB machine in Australia last month through its dealer the Michaels Group.JCB CEA has been selling JCB agricultural and construction equipment for almost 20 years. There are ...

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HALF A MILLION AND COUNTING AS MAJOR ENGINE MILESTONE MARKED

A JCB business which has powered its way to international success today celebrated the production of half a million engines - enough to stretch from London to Paris.Four cylinder diesel engines first began rolling off ...

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