Full Form of JCB

Full Form of JCB is Joseph Cyril Bamford. JCB is the name of the company which was founded in 1945. It is named after Joseph Cyril Bamford who founded this company.


In India, this company was formerly known as Escorts JCB Limited but later its name was changed to JCB India Limited in January 2003. JCB is a British multinational corporation, with its headquarters in Rocester, Staffordshire. JCB produces over 300 types of machine for construction, agriculture, military and industry including diggers (backhoes), excavators, tractors and diesel engines.

JCB is the world’s third largest construction equipment company. Products of JCB are sold in over 150 countries. JCB has 22 factories across Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. More than 7000 peoples work in 18 factories of JCB in UK, Germany, north and South America, Australia, India and China.


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