JCB has won its biggest-ever deal in the UK after rental firm Morris Leslie Plant Hire placed an order for £87.5 million worth of machines – including a big fleet of 3CX backhoe loaders.
The world’s first digger, powered by a hydrogen combustion engine, will soon be on UK roads and building sites following recent approval. The UK government has given special dispensation, under a vehicle special order, that allows JCB to test and use its world-first hydrogen-powered backhoe lo
Deklyn Feather and Andrew Manson have been recognised as Apprentices of the Year 2022/2023 by the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA). The announcement was made at the trade association’s annual dinner held earlier this month.
Independent builder’s merchant MKM is entering the hire market for the first time with the launch of a new branch in Perth. The company has invested in a fleet of JCB equipment in a new partnership that will see ‘MKM Hire’ officially launched at five MKM branches across the UK &nda
Glasgow-based civil engineering contractor George Leslie has followed up its purchase of JCB’s latest X Series excavator with an order for two additional models.
Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) will become the largest supplier of green hydrogen (GH2) to the United Kingdom after signing a multi-billion pound deal with JCB and Ryze Hydrogen. Under a memorandum of understanding signed prior to the COP26 climate conference, JCB and Ryze will purchas
Contractor and plant hire firm D & I Bain has extended its 56-year business relationship with JCB with the purchase of a new tracked excavator.
Heavy machinery giant JCB is to recruit more than 400 extra workers as it gears up for a "surge in production".
As JCB marks its 75th birthday there’s one family with an extra reason to toast the milestone after notching up a staggering 600 years’ service to the company.
JCB is poised to re-start production at a factory closed as a result of the coronavirus crisis in order to join the national effort to manufacture ventilators, the company announced today.
A mini excavator worth more than £15,000 is to be auctioned off to raise funds for a charity which provides welfare and financial support for the construction industry. The Lighthouse Club will be celebrating its 60th anniversary at the famous Construction Industry Charity Christmas Lunch
Construction equipment manufacturer JCB has resigned as a member of the CBI amid reports that the firm was unhappy with the lobby group's anti-Brexit stance. A spokesperson for JCB, which employs close to 6,500 people in the UK and sells to 150 countries, confirmed that the company ha
Construction machinery manufacturer JCB said it remains optimistic about the future despite reporting a fall in annual sales and profits. The company said that in 2015 it achieved a profit of £214 million, which is 27 per cent down on 2014 when it made £294m. Sales for 2015 sto