JCB Enters Power Gen Markets
In yet another significant effort to expand its business activities, JCB has announced that it will enter the
The move stems in part from the company’s groundbreaking decision in 2003 to develop and build its own diesel engines. JCB said its 444 diesel is the platform for this development and it will power the mid-range generators, which the company said accounts for 40% of the total
The smaller generators use Deutz diesel engines with the larger units powered by either Sisu or Scania engines. The engines will drive Newage alternators across the range. More details will be provided in a future issue of Diesel Progress.