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More than 100 Loadalls join Nixon’s fleet

28 Oct 13 JCB dealer Scot JCB has completed delivery of a £7m order of 107 Loadall telescopic handlers to Newcastle-based Nixon Hire.

This 17m JCB Loadall 540-170 is one of 107 machines bought by Nixon Hire. It is on hire to Marshall Construction which is converting a former Victorian swimming baths in Alloa into a council library.
This 17m JCB Loadall 540-170 is one of 107 machines bought by Nixon Hire. It is on hire to Marshall Construction which is converting a former Victorian swimming baths in Alloa into a council library.

The order includes 531-70, 533-105, 535-125, 535-140 and 540-170 models, which have lift heights ranging from 7m to 17m.

JCB has been Nixon’s preferred telehandler brand since 2006. Nixon Hire managing director Graham Nixon said: “We choose to work with JCB as it’s important for us work with leading industry brands which our customers know and trust. JCB telehandlers appeal as they are reliable, the serviceable parts are readily available and they are popular with our customers. They are high quality, robust telehandlers which include modern technology and the latest health and safety features.”

JCB Loadalls are powered by the JCB Ecomax Tier 4i engine, which meets the EU Stage IIIB emissions standards without using a diesel particulate filter or exhaust after-treatment fluids, making them easier and cheaper to run, JCB says.

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