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JCB History

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The JCB trademark is most often associated with backhoe loaders, but this British company produces more than 250 models of earth-moving and road-building equipment. Including:


- crawler and wheel excavators,

- mini loaders and mini excavators,

- front and telescopic loaders,

- road rollers,

- articulated dump trucks, etc.


The abbreviation JCB stands for the initials of the company's founder, Joseph Cyril Bamford, who made his first car - a dump truck - in 1945, which was the beginning of the history of the family business of the Bamford family.


The first machine under the brand JCB was an excavator loader. In 1964, when the company entered the North American market, the number of backhoe loaders sold was more than 3,000.

The model range of this type of equipment consists of six basic models in more than three dozen design options. The most popular cars are under the indexes JCB 4СХ and JCB 3СХ.


The crawler excavator family includes 15 models with 20 modifications of the chassis and boom versions (operating weight up to 46 tons).


JCB also produces more than 55 models of wheeled excavators with the possibility of modification according to the running equipment and type of boom and 17 models of front loaders: from mini to heavy mining ones.


In 2005, the company acquired the German manufacturer of compaction equipment and road rollers Vibromax and in 2006 enters the market with the brand JCB Vibromax. Currently, tandem vibratory rollers with an operating weight of 10.2 tons, pneumatic rollers weighing from 12 to 24 tons, ground vibratory rollers from 4.6 to 20 tons, manual compaction equipment are present in the lineup of road machinery.


JCB plants are located in the UK, USA, Germany, Brazil, China, India. The company's products are exported to more than 150 countries.

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