JCB’s Loadall instantly appealed to both agriculture and the construction industry, in particular to the rapidly growing plant hire market. Four wheel drive soon became the standard, as with the backhoe loader sector, with both agricultural and construction customers demanding ever higher specification.
The JCB Loadall - Three Decades Of Development
JCB Loadalls would feature all-wheel drive by the end of the decade.
- In 2007, JCB will celebrate 30 years as the leading pioneer in the telescopic handler market. In those three decades JCB has revolutionised the materials handling sector, developing new and innovative solutions for a wide range of customers.
introduction of a line-up of three Loadall models equipped with JCB’s own 444 series diesel engine. The 530-70 became the 531-70, the 540-70 was updated to the 541-70 and the 535-60 is now the 536-60.
In the last 30 years JCB has continually developed its Loadall range of telescopic handlers to meet the changing needs of construction, plant hire and agricultural customers around the world.