JCB's royal appointment

December 2005
PMJ: Plant Managers Journal;Dec2005, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents updates on construction equipment firm JCB as of December 2005. JCB chairman Sir Anthony Bamford was given a Queen's Award for the backhoe product of his company. JCB has collaborated with the National Construction College for the construction of a plant training facility Derbyshire, England.


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