JCB beats two records in a month

December 2006
PMJ: Plant Managers Journal;Dec2006, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p11
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The article reports that JCB had already passed its annual production record of machines by November 2006, according to chairman Anthony Bamford. Speaking at the company's celebration for setting a land speed record held at Bluebird restaurant in England, Bamford announced that JCB had already equalled its previous output record. He noted that setting the land speed record for a diesel-powered vehicle had given the company tremendous exposure around the world.


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