An excellent Death Cab for Cutie song sets the perfect mood for this JCB video, focused on showing off its skid steer/track loader manufacturer facilities in North America. In 1993, JCB entered the skid steer market with the first mono-boom, side-entry skid steer, a design based on the company’s telescopic handlers. Over the years, JCB’s skid steer line has evolved, going from the Series I and Series II machines to today’s New Generation models.
The New Generation line, initially introduced in November 2010, includes both large and small platform models offering vertical or radial lift. Today, JCB’s skid steer and track loaders provide 270 degrees of visibility giving a 60 percent better advantage than the competition, says the company. JCB also says its skid steer has a cab up to 46 percent larger, SAE service ratings up to 24 percent better and 16 percent better fuel economy for the lowest operating costs in the industry. JCB’s skid steers are designed to compete within the active North American marketplace, as well as worldwide.
They’re also designed down in Savannah, Ga. Watch the video below to learn more.