Greenshields JCB to host X-SERIES Sessions


Greenshields JCB to host X-SERIES Sessions

The excitement has been building for the launch of JCB X-SERIES and the wait is finally over.

Now, you have a chance to meet the machine that there has been so much hype about..!

Throughout the 23rd and 24th May, we are holding a number of local, 2 hour X-SERIES Sessions demonstrating the capabilities of the new JCB twenty tonne excavator. The sessions will include a detailed walk-around and hands on time, plus refreshments.

It is a great opportunity for plant owners and operators to try the new JCB 220X for themselves!

As well as the 220X, we will also be showing the JS131 tracked excavators, JCB 110 W Hydradig and some of the new dumper range.  Hopefully you are able to attend on one of the days and look forward to catching up with you there.

To see available session times and reserve your place, click here.

All sessions will be held at the CISTC (Construction Industry Safety Training Centre). Rose Court, Rye Common Lane. Crondall. Farnham. GU10 5DD.


After listening to customer demands, it has taken 4 years of JCB hydraulic, electronic and electrical development and thousands of hours of endurance testing to build a strong machine to be taken seriously.

So strong that it will perform in the most extreme conditions, with extreme efficiency, whether it be in a quarry or on a demolition site.

Built to provide low noise levels and exceptional comfort it really has been developed with the plant operator in mind.

If you’re still not sure that the X-SERIES is something to shout about, don’t just take our word for it, check out the latest Edtion of Earthmovers magazine.

The June edition features a First Drive Report of the 220X Tracked Excavator by Nick Drew; “I defy any operator not to enjoy running this British-built excavator, it really is something special and without a doubt, has the X Factor.”

If you want to dig in, then follow the link to register your interest : Yes! I would like to reserve my place now!

We look forward to welcoming you!

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