JCB Bolsters Nepal

17th April 2024, Kathmandu

The world’s leading manufacturer of Earthmoving and Construction equipment, JCB, further committed its presence in Nepal through its dealer, MAW Earthmovers.

As part of the support to the Nepalese Market, JCB India has introduced a warranty scheme of up to 5 years or 10,000 hours, whichever is earlier, for its select range of Tracked Excavators.

MAW Earthmovers has been a dealer for JCB for over two decades in this market. The dealership has its headquarters in Kathmandu and has 32 outlets spread across Nepal along with three operator training institutes where candidates are trained to Operate JCB machines.

MAW Earthmovers will be inaugurating its fourth Operator Training Centre in Nepal at Chitwan shortly.

During his visit to Nepal, JCB India’s CEO and Managing Director, Deepak Shetty said, “Nepal is an important market for us in the South Asia region.

It has its unique identity and position in the region, and we have always been introducing technologically advanced products for our customers in the country. We are delighted with our continued relationship in this market through our authorized dealer, MAW Earthmovers.”

JCB has over 10,500 machines in Nepal. These include the popular Backhoe Loaders, Excavators, Wheeled Loaders, and more recently Telehandlers. Service support to customers is provided through the various outlets spread across the country along with Parts and Service Support Vans.

JCB machines also come fitted with advanced telematics technology called JCB Livelink, which gives real-time information about the Service, Operations, and Security of the machines.

Deepak Shetty further added,

“The Nepalese market is seeing the strong opportunity for growth in the coming years through the various infrastructure projects that are in different stages of completion, and JCB looks forward to being a part of this progress.”

During his visit, Mr. Deepak Shetty handed over the keys of a Telehandler to Tenfel Nirman Seva and thanked Mr. Tsepal Lama for being a part of the JCB family.

The machine will be used in the Construction work of the Namkha Khyung Dzong Monastery at Humla.

Vishnu Agarwal, the Dealer Principal for MAW Earthmovers said

“In addition to supporting our customers through world-class JCB products, we are also very proud to have created various opportunities for employment for youth in the country.

MAW Earthmovers today employs close to 500 people and has also invested in three world-class training centers for operators.

These Operator training institutes teach candidates how to operate JCB machines, safely and productively. To date, almost 5,000 operators have been trained by us.”


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