SAVANNAH, GA (July 28, 2010) --JCB has launched new smartphone-friendly mobile websites for all dealers participating in the JCB Dealer Website Program. The new mobile sites are designed to provide an optimal browsing experience and easy site navigation for on-the-go customers.

JCB has worked with Equipment Web Services, a division of Dominion Enterprises headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, to develop the sites. The mobile websites can automatically detect if a visitor is using a mobile device and seamlessly adjust the content format to fit smartphones including the iPhone, BlackBerry, Droid and EVO. Mobile customers are now able to search for inventory, promotions, store hours and directions to the dealership as well as submit contact information directly through the mobile web site.

“We are thrilled to have this new mobile capability,” says Tracy Clark, vice president of JCB of Milwaukee. “This site is an awesome tool for our salesmen. Now they have access to information anytime, anywhere without having to get onto a laptop or notebook.”

“We are excited to provide this new technology to the JCB Dealer Website Program,” says Jennie Davis, OEM relationship manager for Equipment Web Services. “The mobile websites will not only increase JCB’s ever-growing footprint in North America, but will also ultimately provide yet another avenue of additional revenue for JCB website program dealers.”

With more than 30 dealers enrolled in the JCB Dealer Website Program, it will now be even easier for customers and prospects to interact with their JCB dealers. For more information about JCB’s industry-leading equipment for the construction, agriculture, industrial and waste/recycling markets, call JCB’s North American Headquarters in Savannah at (912) 447-2000 or visit find a JCB dealer in your area, visit


JCB has 19 plants on four continents: 11 in the UK, three in India and others in the USA, China, Germany and Brazil and employs around more than 7,000 people worldwide.

JCB is privately owned by the Bamford family and the Chairman, Sir Anthony Bamford, is the son of the company's late founder, Joseph Cyril Bamford.

The company manufactures more than 300 different machines including: backhoe loaders; telescopic handlers; tracked and wheeled excavators; wheel loaders; articulated dump trucks; rough terrain fork lifts; mini excavators; skid steers loaders; JCB Vibromax compaction equipment. In addition, for agricultural markets, the company produces a range of telescopic handlers and the unique Fastrac Tractor. JCB also manufactures the Teletruk Forklift for the industrial sector.

In 2005, JCB secured one of the largest orders in its history when it won a $290 million deal to supply the U.S. Government with High Mobility Engineer Excavators (HMEEs). Full scale production of the HMEE is now underway at JCB's plant in Savannah, Ga., USA. The HMEE fulfils a need from the military for rapid deployment high mobility products. To further meet these requirements; JCB has also developed a range of other high mobility products from the High Mobility Fastrac Tractor, through to the High Mobility Rough Terrain Forklift and the High Mobility Utility Vehicle.

JCB has won more than 50 major awards for engineering excellence, export, design, marketing, management and for environmental care. These include 25 Queen’s Awards honoring export and technological achievement.