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JCB is planning to create 110 new jobs at its Chatterley Valley construction equipment warehouse near Tunstall over the next two years.
JCB has won permission to build a CAB Systems factory at Beamhurst near Uttoxeter, with the creation of 390 jobs.
JCB is planning to build a £30m golf resort on a 240-acre site in Rocester by 2018, with the creation of 100 jobs.
JCB is to build a new construction equipment factory in Uttoxeter, as part of a £150m expansion programme that will include 2,500 new jobs.
JCB is to set up a 383,000 sq ft construction equipment distribution centre at Chatterley Valley near Stoke-on-Trent, with the creation of 300 jobs over the next two years.
JCB is to create 50 new jobs at its power systems factory at Foston in Derbyshire, following a £45m investment in a production line for a new six-cylinder engine.
JCB is to invest £1m in the transformation of a former Travelodge in Uttoxeter into accommodation for employees and visitors to its site in Rocester.
JCB is looking to recruit a further 100 engineers at its construction equipment factories.
JCB is investing £8m in new equipment at its construction equipment factories in Rocester, Uttoxeter and Wrexham.
JCB is to create a further 350 new jobs at its construction equipment factories in Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Wrexham.
JCB is to expand the apprenticeship scheme at its Uttoxeter-based diggers factory with the recruitment of 100 young people this year.
JCB is to invest £31m in the expansion of its diesel engine manufacturing facilities, with the creation of 350 jobs in Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Wrexham.
JCB is to invest a further £20m at its 11 construction equipment plants in the UK over the next year, with the creation of 50 jobs.
JCB is planning to create up to 400 engineering jobs at its Staffordshire-based construction equipment business over the next three years.
JCB is to create up to 80 engineering jobs at its construction equipment factories in Wrexham, Staffordshire and Derbyshire.
JCB is planning to create hundreds of jobs at its construction equipment factories, including 35 in Wrexham.
JCB is to create up to 200 new jobs at its Staffordshire-based construction equipment manufacturing business.
JCB has offered to acquire the former Indesit factory site at Blythe Bridge in Staffordshire, which could lead to the creation of a new construction equipment factory and hundreds of jobs.
JCB is seeking permission to redevelop its 21-acre Uttoxeter factory into offices, shops and housing, in order to relocate excavator production to a new £26m factory near the A50 by summer 2008.
JCB is seeking permission for the £2.5m expansion of its Cab Systems factory in Rugeley, with the creation of up to 75 jobs.
JCB is planning to set up a £2m engineering and manufacturing academy for up to 540 pupils at its Rocester headquarters by 2009.
JCB is seeking acquisitions to expand its product range into heavier construction machines and earth-moving equipment.
JCB is to acquire Vibromax, the German construction equipment company with 170 staff, for undisclosed terms.
JCB has secured planning permission to set up a new heavy construction equipment factory near Uttoxeter by next spring, with the creation of 200 jobs.
JCB is to seek planning permission to relocate its heavy products division from Uttoxeter town centre to a new 50-acre site nearby.
JCB has acquired a 12-acre site at Church Broughton, Derbyshire, to manufacture diesel engines, and 100 jobs will be created at the newly-formed JCB Power Systems division.
JCB, the construction equipment company, is to develop and build a new range of engines at its plant in Staffordshire, with the creation of 200 jobs.
JCB has completed the development of a £25m construction equipment warehouse near Uttoxeter, which will employ more than 200 people.
JCB is investing £10m at its new factory in Cheadle to produce heavy dump trucks for the construction industry.
JCB has started a recruitment drive to find staff for its new digger factory that will open in Cheadle later this year.
JCB is to build a new factory to make transmissions at its Wrexham site, with the creation of 300 jobs.