Case Study Of J. C. Bamford Excavators Limited

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This report takes you through one of the world’s largest manufacturer of backhoes. It gives details of the plant layout and the operations taking place inside. JCB India Ltd Academic group 15 Prabhav | Aditi | Akhil | Mohit | Sanjana i 1.1 Introduction J.C. Bamford Excavators Limited, also known as JCB, is a British multinational corporation being the leading manufacturer of equipment for construction and agriculture. JCB India Limited, its subsidiary in India, started operations in 1979 and today it is the fastest growing company in the Indian earthmoving and construction equipment industry. It has three world class manufacturing facilities; one in Ballabgarh, Haryana, India’s largest manufacturer of construction equipment; two in Pune, the…show more content…
Its EBITDA margins reached £355 million which was yet another record. Machine sales in terms of units increased from 51,600 in the previous year to 69,100 in 2011. This was made possible due to strong growth in both traditional as well as emerging economies. JCB has been investing heavily in UK as well as overseas- starting a new factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Also, substantial investment in research and development continues to make JCB a leader in innovative technology which has helped the company in improving fuel efficiency of its engines on a continuous basis.
2012: JCB recorded a yet another new high in its financial results in 2012 with its EBITDA margins rising to £365 million. These results were achieved despite the fact that the global market shrunk by 10% in the same year. This definitely proved the resilience of the company. This growth was majorly attributed to expanding business in Africa and Americas. Also, JCB remained the top construction equipment manufacturer in Europe and India. It announced plans of a new production facility in Jaipur, India which would be operational in

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