SAVANNAH, Ga. — Atlanta JCB, an equipment dealership headquartered in Marietta, Ga., is the newest addition to JCB’s North American dealer network. To celebrate its grand opening, Atlanta JCB will offer special discounts on all JCB equipment during the month of September. An open house will take place Friday, Sept. 23 from 10 am to 3 pm at the dealership, 879 Pickens Industrial Drive, at the intersection of I-75 and Allgood Road. The event is free and open to the public and will feature catering by Rib Ranch, contests and prizes.  

Atlanta JCB now serves as North Georgia’s exclusive dealer for JCB agricultural and construction equipment, including backhoe loaders, Loadall telehandlers, wheel loaders, rough terrain forklifts, excavators and the agricultural range of JCB material handling equipment. Atlanta JCB will also sell JCB’s innovative skid steers and compact track loaders with unique side-entry doors and a patented, single-arm PowerBoom.  

“I’ve worked in the equipment industry for more than 20 years now,” said Jim Freeman, CEO of Atlanta JCB. “I know the importance of offering top-quality equipment designed to help owners and operators accomplish more in less time. That’s why I’m so excited to be working with JCB. We hope everyone will join us at our open house on September 23 and discover how JCB machines can help them be more comfortable and productive.” 

Atlanta JCB’s facility spans 46,000 square feet, including Georgia’s largest showroom and covered equipment displays as well as a large parts and service department. The company also offers custom fabrication services, enabling technicians to repair damaged parts on-site, and three trucks dedicated to machine pick-up and delivery. 

“We’re confident that Atlanta JCB’s dedicated, knowledgeable staff will help us grow our customer base in North Georgia,” said Shane Coates, JCB North America’s Vice President of Region Sales. “We're excited to be working with Atlanta JCB and look forward to working with them as they establish themselves as a premier dealer in the Atlanta market.”