New dealer to provide JCB equipment and service to northeast Nebraska
SAVANNAH, Ga., June 5, 2012 — JCB's North American dealer network continues to expand with the addition of Dinkels JCB. Formerly known as Dinkel Implement, Dinkels JCB's two locations in Scribner and Norfolk, Neb. will provide JCB equipment to the northeastern part of the Cornhusker State.
"As an innovative dealer, we're focused on continually identifying and satisfying customer needs," said Larry Dinkel, owner of Dinkels JCB.
"That's just one reason we're very proud to partner with JCB to offer our customers the best construction, industrial and agricultural products available on the market today."
Dinkels JCB will carry a wide range of JCBs outstanding equipment, including the world's most innovative skid steer with its patented PowerBoom and uniquely safe side-entry door. Other industry-leading JCB products to be found at Dinkels JCB are wheel loaders, industrial and compact backhoe loaders, loadall telescopic handlers, rough terrain forklifts, mini excavators, and utility tractors. Both Dinkels JCB locations also feature full-service maintenance facilities, well-trained, professional mechanics and fully-stocked parts departments.
Dinkels JCB shares our mission of providing quality equipment and service, said John Patterson, CEO and deputy chairman of JCB North America. As a result, this new partnership is an excellent fit for both of us, and we look forward to a very bright future.
JCB, the worlds third largest construction equipment brand, has 22 plants on four continents: 11 in the UK, six in India and others in Brazil, the USA, China, Germany, France and employs more than 10,000 people worldwide.
JCB manufactures more than 300 different machines including: backhoe loaders; Loadall telescopic handlers; tracked and wheeled excavators; wheeled loading shovels; articulated dump trucks; rough terrain fork lifts; mini excavators; Robot skid steer loaders and JCB Vibromax compaction equipment. For agricultural markets, the company produces a range of telescopic handlers and the unique Fastrac tractor. JCB also manufactures the Teletruk forklift for the industrial sector.
JCB is privately-owned by the Bamford family and Chairman, Sir Anthony Bamford, has been at the helm of the company since 1975. The company officially marked its 65th anniversary on June 21st, 2011, the 95th anniversary of the birth of company founder Joseph Cyril Bamford. For more information, visit www.jcb.com.