The Scot JCB Group
Scot JCB has been supplying and servicing JCB machinery throughout Scotland and the North of England for over 50 years. We sold our first machine in 1956 and took on the franchise two years later. Since then we have grown into a highly specialised machinery distribution company operating through a network of 17 depots from Fraserburgh in the North East of Scotland to Carnforth in Lancashire. Scot JCB is the largest JCB distributor in the UK and we pride ourselves on providing our customers with world class service.
The Scot JCB Group is made up of Scot JCB, Scot Agri, SPS and SIA. We supply and maintain machinery within three key sectors: construction, agriculture and industrial from a network of 17 depots across Scotland and the North of England. Our commitment to delivering first-in-class service is consistent, regardless of company scale or budget and we have three distinct services which we offer as a whole of life package – sales, service and parts.
Our Core Values
We are Family-centred.
We’re a family-owned, family of businesses. And we like to treat each and every one of our employees and customers as one of our own too. From the way we talk with customers on the phone, to the level of integrity that we employ when solving a problem. Our strong sense of family informs the decisions we make and builds trust that binds us together.
We set the standard for customer service – it is the most important thing in the world to us. It’s why our customers keep coming back to us, and it makes us stand out from the competition. And it’s why our colleagues stay with us for many years, and bring their own families into our family.
We are Driven.
To borrow a phrase from Mr JCB, Nous ne sommes jamais content. We are constantly seeking ways to improve our customers’ businesses – from new products to new services such as JCB LiveLink.
We are Straight-talkers.
Maybe it’s our Scottish roots? Maybe it’s the way we were brought up? Whatever it is, we always like to get straight to the point and we’re not afraid to tell it like it is. Our customers rely on us to deliver what we say we will deliver, so it’s important to always be upfront.