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The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) has elected James Currie, Gary Robertson and Robin Bryant to its executive committee following the AGM held earlier this month. James Currie, managing director of Currie Contractors in Cullen, has also taken up a position in the Safety, Training and Compe

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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.

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The Scot JCB Group has announced a new partnership with engcon UK to supply, fit and service their range of tiltrotators across their 17 depots in Scotland and the North of England.

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Plant dealer Scot JCB has launched a new depot in Edinburgh that is more than six times the size of its predecessor. Located in Sighthill, approximately five miles west of the city centre and a quarter of a mile from existing Scot JCB depot, the brand new facility follows a massive investment by the

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Glasgow-based plant machinery firm Scot JCB has delivered an upbeat verdict on the prospects for the company following an 8% increase in profits. The business reported a profit of £4.1 million in 2016 despite turnover falling to £119.1m from £124.6m the year before.

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Buoyant conditions in the Scottish construction sector have helped Scot JCB towards record profits for the second year in a row. The Glasgow-based building and farm machinery supplier lifted profits by nearly seven per cent to £4 million in the year ended December 31, beating its pre-recession prof

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