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Hat JCB will provide JCB construction equipment and service to the Dumore, Alberta area.

| August 27, 2013

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Hat JCB of Dumore, Alberta, Canada is the latest member of JCB’s growing North American dealer network. A division of Hat Agri Service, the new Hat JCB will now represent JCB’s agriculture and construction product lines. Within these two product ranges, Hat JCB will offer new, pre-owned and rental models while also providing JCB parts and service.

Since its inception in 1999, Hat Agri Service has been a supplier of farm equipment including tractors, seeding and planting, tillage, hay and forage and harvesting equipment. Now, the staff at Hat JCB will apply its combined years of experience to JCB’s wide range of equipment for both farm and construction applications. That equipment includes skid-steers, wheel loaders, excavators, backhoes, Loadall telescopic handlers and high-speed agricultural tractors. In addition, Hat JCB offers a fully-stocked parts department and a full-service maintenance team featuring professionally trained JCB mechanics.

“All of us at Hat JCB are excited about being able to offer the full range of JCB agricultural and construction products to our new and existing customers,” said Craig Babcock, president of Hat JCB. “JCB is known throughout the world for its innovation and quality. Now, by representing JCB’s product lines, we’ll be able to help an even broader range of customers find equipment that meets their unique and varied needs.”

“Hat Agri Service’s longstanding reputation of providing quality sales, parts and service made the dealership an ideal fit for our growing North American dealer network,” said Van Clarkson, vice president of sales for JCB North America. “The Canadian market is very important to JCB, and we’re pleased to add this group of experienced, knowledgeable professionals that will help us continue to strengthen our brand’s presence in Alberta.”
 

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