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JCB

  Name: Date Entered:  
 JCB

12/05/2001

If there is one word that sums up the JCB philosophy it is innovation. The company has always sought to grow by developing more pionnering and more productive machines that offer you something extra.
Whether introducing a relatively minor new feature on an existing product or launching a mjor new machine category, JCB is committed to maintaining a reputation that has grown steadily since the launch of that first backhoe loader in 1954.
Since then, world firsts have become part of the JCB culture. There was the first hydro-static crawler loader in 1971.
The JCB Loadall telescopic handler gave a new dimension to versatility in 1977. The Robot single arm skid steer loader of 1991 brought unique safety to the market without compromising productivity. And in agriculture, the Fastrac was the first high speed tractor with a full suspension system, allowing it to combine draught duties, such as plow pulling, with time saving highway performance.
The 4x4x4 concept is another example of JCB's forward thinking. Available on backhoe loaders, it provides 4 wheel drive with the added advantage of 4 wheel steer and 4 equal sized wheels. This innovation has helped establish JCB as the outstanding name in 4WD backhoes. One thing you can be sure of. The list of innovative achievements is something JCB is always working to extend.

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