JCB India Limited is a leading manufacturer of Earthmoving and Construction Equipment in India. Started as a JV in 1979, it is now a fully owned subsidiary of J.C Bamford Excavators, UK and has five World Class Manufacturing facilities in India.
The Ballabgarh Facility near New Delhi, also the Headquarters, is the World’s Largest Backhoe Loader plant and manufactures Backhoe Loaders, Skid Steers, Loadalls and JCB Engines. The two facilities at Pune house the Heavy Lines Business which includes manufacturing of Excavators, Loaders, Compaction Equipment and Fabrications for the JCB Group. With over 400 Engineers, JCB India also has the largest Design Centre, outside of the UK in India, at Pune and the latest facility at Jaipur, a Zero Discharge, Green Facility manufactures Fabrications for the JCB Group.
From manufacturing only Backhoe Loaders in 1979, JCB India today offers 43 different types of models in 7 products categories such as Backhoe Loaders, Wheeled Loaders, Excavators, Skid Steer loaders, Telehandlers, Compactors and Gensets. With all plants operating on the principle of “One Global Quality”, these products are sold not only in the Indian Market but are also Exported to over 60 Countries today.
Over the years JCB India invested about Rs. 2000 crores in India and today employs over 5,500 people in India. It has a network of 60 dealers and over 600 outlets throughout India which provide Parts and Product Support to our Customers. Over 6000 Professionally Trained people are employed at these Dealerships. JCB India also has strategically set-up large parts warehouses across India (Pune, Chennai, Faridabad and Kolkata) for supporting these Dealerships.
With 14 Operator Training Centres, it has collaborated with the Government’s Skilling Initiatives to create Employment and Entrepreneurship through a one month certified training course of machine operations and maintenance. It also has a 16 weeks detailed induction program for the ITIs and Diploma Institutes graduate at the welding training school in the premises of the JCB Jaipur facility. The objective being not only to impart the technical skills but also help the graduates develop soft skills.
The Lady Bamford Charitable Trust has taken various community welfare initiatives around JCB’s plants which are being implemented by the Lady Bamford Charitable Trust. The Trust today partners with 29 government schools to support quality, career focused education. It runs seven vocational training centres for training and production support on hand looms and handicrafts and works with a little over 16000 students and trainees in the areas around its three factories in Jaipur, Pune and Ballabgarh.
Over the past 35 years JCB has remained committed to India all through; over the years it launched new India Centric products and opened new factories with Innovation and R&D. But above all Customer focus and Quality have been at the core of our operations.