JCB North America this week added D&W Group in Ontario, Canada, to its dealer network. An agricultural equipment provider since 1950, D&W Group will now represent the full agricultural line of JCB equipment and will also sell both the JCB compact excavator and hydraulic tracked excavator ranges. Within those two new product ranges, D&W Group will offer new, pre-owned and rental models, and provide JCB parts and service at its dealerships in Jarvis, Brantford, Simcoe and Vineland, Ontario.
D&W Group has been a leading supplier of farm, construction and residential equipment including tractors, seeding and planting, tillage, hay and forage and harvesting equipment for more than 50 years. Now, the dealership will offer JCB’s wide range of agricultural equipment. Other JCB products available at D&W Group include wheel loaders, Loadall telescopic handlers and Fastrac high-speed agricultural tractors. D&W Group also offers a fully stocked parts department and a full-service maintenance team featuring professionally trained JCB mechanics.
“The D&W Group is excited about being able to provide our customers with JCB products,” said Kevin Doughty, store manager, D&W Group. “Having been in business for more than 60 years, The D&W Group understands the importance of having quality products like those produced by JCB. We also know the significance of the good after-sales support that JCB will provide. The long line-up of products offered by JCB fills a gap at our four locations that will better answer our customers’ needs.”
JCB manufactures more than 300 different machines including backhoe loaders; Loadall telescopic handlers; tracked and wheeled excavators; wheeled loading shovels; articulated dump trucks; rough-terrain forklifts; mini excavators; Robot skid-steer loaders and JCB Vibromax compaction equipment. For agricultural markets, the company produces a range of telescopic handlers and the Fastrac tractor. JCB also manufactures the Teletruk forklift for the industrial sector.
JCB North America is headquartered in Savannah, Ga.