JCB India Limited, India’s
leading manufacturer of Earthmoving and Construction Equipment, unveiled seven
new products at the Bauma Conexpo India 2016 at Gurugram. The company launched
the JCB 30Plus (3T Mini Excavator), the JCB 220LC Xtra (22T Tracked Excavator),
the JCB 305LC (30T Tracked Excavator) and the JCB 370LC (37T Hydraulic
It also launched the 5.5T
Wheeled Loader, the 455ZX and the 11T Soil Compactor, the VM116 at the event.
The event also saw JCB launch the new 2DX Backhoe Loader.
In addition to the above,
during this 4 day event, JCB India exhibited its existing range of world-class
Backhoe Loaders and the recently introduced Material Handling Equipment
comprising of Telehandlers, Skid Steer Loaders and Super Loaders.
JCB also showcased its Diesel
Gensets and Attachment range at the event and in addition to its best-in-class
diesel engines, axles and gearboxes. JCB’s Handtools, Powertools and range of
Consumer Products also formed an impressive part of it display of
With Internet of things
becoming an important part of our daily lives, visitors had a chance to witness
this technology first-hand through JCB’s Livelink, an innovative and advanced
telematics technology that enables users to remotely monitor machines. It
maximises the productivity of the machines by providing real time alerts on
Service, Operation and Security benefits to the machines owners. Visitors also
had a feel of Virtual Reality at the Virtual Reality room
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