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                                Success Story


The story of JCB is one of innovation, ambition and sheer hard work. From small beginnings building agricultural tipping trailers in 1945, to the global force in manufacturing the company has become today, JCB has constantly pushed the boundaries in our desire to be the best. My father and company founder Joseph Cyril Bamford’s motto was, “Jamais content”, and that is exactly right – we are never content with our achievements. But I believe that even he would be amazed by what the company has become. Today, we have 22 plants on four continents and more than 750 dealers around the world.

These are exciting times. In just 68 years we have gone from one man in a garage in Uttoxeter to major global brand renowned for its pioneering spirit. All of this is down to our people – a 11,000-strong worldwide force that makes up the JCB family we are so proud of. Our achievements over the past 68 years have been considerable, but at JCB we believe in always looking ahead to the next development, the next level of success. As we speak, JCB is continuing to innovate and push the boundaries in research and development; in particular within the area of sustainability, where energy costs and emissions are becoming an increasingly important purchasing consideration. Many of our customers will need to reinvent their businesses to meet new building standards and emissions legislation, and we will be there to support them every step of the way, as we have always been.

Do take the time to read through the innovation milestones over the decades on the menu below.

Anthony Bamford 

Chairman JCB

In 2010, JCB takes machine efficiency and productivity to new world-beating levels with our Eco machines and, as a tribute to the JCB pioneering spirit, we open the UK's first academy dedicated to developing the engineering talent of the future.

Then, in tribute to our rich history, we open the Story of JCB visitor centre at our Staffordshire HQ in 2011. The £5m exhibition features many highlights, including ten landmark JCB machines and a giant skeletal model of our JS200 tracked excavator.

In 2012, Prime Minister David Cameron officially opened JCB’s new factory in São Paulo, Brazil. The 350,000 Sq. ft. plant was built to manufacture backhoe loaders, tracked excavators, wheeled loading shovels, Loadall telescopic handlers and compaction equipment to capitalise on the £20 billion worth of infrastructure improvements scheduled in Brazil ahead of the 2014 world cup and the 2016 Olympic Games.


As further testament to our innovative design and commitment to fuel efficient technology, we sent the award-winning JCB EcoMAX engine range into full production in 2012. This clever and efficient motor burns its fuel so cleanly that it doesn’t require any bulky or high-maintenance exhaust after-treatment in order to meet Tier 4i/Stage IIIB legislation. This brings with it a raft of benefits, foremost amongst which are superior fuel economy, excellent visibility (courtesy of a compact installation) and lower running costs.

JCB reaps the ultimate reward for all its pioneering manufacturing efforts over the previous 68 years as it produces its millionth machine in May 2013. Amazingly, if all these machines were parked end-to-end, they would stretch from the UK to Australia. The actual millionth machine is a JS220 tracked excavator in a commemorative silver paint scheme.



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