The new intelligent machines which were put on display included the new ecoXpert 3DX Backhoe Loader, a machine with fuel savings of up to 12% and up to 22% lower maintenance costs. The new 3DX also comes loaded with JCB’s ‘IntelliPerformance’ and ‘IntelliDig’ technology which will give customers real time information about the performance of the machine.
The company has made significant investments in its Excavator range. It showcased its intelligent NXT range of machines in the 14T to 24.5T category and the robust Quarry Master Range in the 14T to 38T category. It has thus reinforced its commitment to being a full-range infrastructure equipment partner.
JCB Telehandler, a product that leads in across the world, has also been upgraded to the all-new global side engine design. It will continue to pioneer in the Material Handling segment with the new global range of Telehandlers together with the two brand new models of Skid Steer Loaders, the SSL 135 and SSL 155.
All new JCB machines exhibit a seamless blend of technology and digital innovation in terms of design, performance, efficiency and safety, thereby bringing to light JCB India’s effort towards meeting the ever-rising demand for world-class construction machines used for building a new India.
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