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It's glorious mud for...
July 07, 2014

Uttoxeter. The event raised £50,127 for the NSPCC. A cheque was presented to NSPCC representatives by George Bamford, son of JCB chairman Lord Bamford. Andy Parry, 36, of Derby , reviewed the event for the Mudstacle website. He said: "There was a good range of obstacles and good terrain." A RECORD 2,700 people crawled, climbed and splashed their way around a gunge-filled course to take on the JCB Mud Run. Participation was nearly...

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JCB records strong 2013 results
May 12, 2014
company has been hit by the slowdown in the construction industry, particularly in India which is one of JCB’s biggest markets. JCB chairman Lord Bamford said: “Earnings were adversely affected helped to offset reductions in India, Europe and the Far East. The firm added that the beginning of the new financial year has been patchy. Lord...
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JCB to create 2,500 jobs after announcing £150m...
December 06, 2013
improvement project on the A50 trunk road in Uttoxeter. The Chancellor will be hosted by JCB Chairman, Lord Bamford, who will confirm the five-year investment plans for Staffordshire as part of a wider consent. Lord Bamford said: “The Chancellor’s announcement of the major A50 road improvement project is good news for businesses in this area. It allows...
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JCB's digging for economic victory
May 17, 2014
infrastructure decisions while in Brazil an expected World Cup boost had not materialised. JCB chairman Lord Bamford said: “The global market for construction equipment was more challenging JCB today said UK demand for construction equipment surged by half in 2013 as house builders bought more equipment to fuel a housing market recovery. The group has...
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Waitrose plans new store
July 11, 2014

supermarket could open in time for Christmas 2015. JCB chairman Lord Bamford said: "The proposed Waitrose store is a major step forward in the redevelopment of the former JCB Heavy Products site THE redevelopment of a former JCB factory has taken a giant leap forward with news that Waitrose is planning a new store on part of the site creating up to 180 jobs. JCB has agreed in principle to

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JCB teeing up £30m golf course plan and 100 jobs
January 11, 2014
relationships with new customers and strengthen relationships with existing clients. The plans have been conceived by JCB chairman Lord Bamford. At the heart of the development is Woodseat Hall, an 18th five-star hotel-style accommodation for visiting JCB guests from across the world. Lord Bamford said: "As part of our plans to increase...
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