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JCB Construction Equipment, founded in 1945, manufactures equipment for the construction, agricultural, compaction, industrial, and waste & recycling industries. For compaction, JCB offers multi-purpose vibratory compactors, single drum rollers, and tandem rollers.

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JCB Announces Diesel Mechanic Apprenticeship Program

JCB North America announced the creation of a diesel mechanic apprenticeship program that comes with a $2,000 signing bonus for eligible new hires. As part of JCB North America's continued commitment to workforce development in the Coastal Region and following the success of the current manufacturing apprenticeship program, JCB is looking for talented and ambitious team members who have achieved or are currently pursuing their diesel mechanic certificate to join its diesel mechanic apprenticeship program....

JCB Memorializes Former Long-Time Employee Donny Wild

Donny Wild was a hard-worker who enjoyed nothing more than demonstrating JCB machinery throughout the United States for 45 years. Although Mr. Wild was retired from JCB when he passed away this past December, in memory of his dedication to the company, JCB recently planted a cathedral oak tree and placed a plaque commemorating his years of service on its property in Savannah, Ga....

VIDEO: Landscaping Biz 'Changes Status Quo'

When Ryan Thrasher left the Army, he started a landscaping business in San Antonio, Texas. Five years later, he packed up his family and moved from San Antonio to Maine, where his business, Canyon Springs Landscaping, has matured and diversified....

JCB North America Cares for Employees With Innovative COVID-19 Measures

From the very onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, JCB took a proactive approach to protect its employees and continues to do so with extraordinary measures. "Out of concern for our employees and as the situation changed, JCB has continually adapted procedures to be the most up to date with CDC recommended guidelines," said Tonya Poole, vice president of human resources of JCB North America....

SGTM Goes Well Beyond Providing Tree Waste Solutions

Tony Raynor is very effusive about his company's versatility and, as he likes to say, the "depth" of its subsidiaries. Tony Raynor is CEO of Sustainability Green Team (SGTM), Astatula, Fla. There is no denying that Raynor is spot-on with his assessment....

JCB's Electric Mini Becomes Machine for All Seasons

JCB will now offer a fully glazed cab on the 19C-1E — an industry first for the electric mini excavator sector. This development will increase its appeal in countries with a colder, wetter climate, according to the manufacturer....

Off-Board Rapid Charger to Suit All JCB E-Tech Machines

JCB has developed a new rapid universal charger, compatible with current and future E-TECH electric models. Working with machine electrical systems from 48V to 96V and above, the JCB universal charger offers customers a future-proofed off-board rapid-charging solution, to allow extended working capability with battery electric construction and industrial machinery, according to the manufacturer....

Loadall Goes All Electric As Zero Emissions Take Center Stage

JCB expanded its E-TECH range of zero-emissions machines with the launch of its first ever electric Loadall telescopic handler model. More than 43 years after the company pioneered the concept of telescopic handlers, JCB is introducing the 505-20E, a full electric version of the popular Loadall....

From Garage to Global Force: JCB Marks 75 Years in Business

JCB was founded on Oct. 23, 1945, by the late Joseph Cyril Bamford in a tiny lock-up garage in the Staffordshire market town of Uttoxeter in the UK. It was the same day his son Anthony, now Lord Bamford, was born, and as Bamford remarked "being presented with a son tended to concentrate the mind and when you were starting at the bottom, there was only one way to go and that was up." The foundation for the growth that was to follow was the manufacture of a tipping trailer made from war time scrap, which today stands proudly in the showroom of JCB's World HQ....

Canyon Springs Landscaping, JCB Make Maine Beautiful

Canyon Springs Landscaping is a veteran-owned and family-operated landscaping firm that is on the move. The company, which serves central and southern Maine, has a portfolio that includes hardscape — patios, walkways, retaining walls, stone veneer and outdoor kitchens — snow removal, light excavation work, and water projects, including ponds, waterfalls, stream creation and fountains....

JCB Celebrates Retirement of Neil Smith

Since 1976, Neil Smith has represented JCB in a number of roles, most recently as the head of the company's North American demonstration team. But you also can find him in the Guinness Book of World Records as the holder of the record for the longest trip made in an excavator, or as the driver of the world famous 100 mph drag-racing backhoe, the JCB GT....



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