JCB defies the British exit from the EU fears the £50m plant investment

JCB is investing 50 million pounds in the construction of a new plant at its base in Staffordshire, which will create hundreds of new skilled jobs.

The company is known for its bright yellow diggers provides for the opening of a new plant next summer. He will build a cabin for a JCB factory.

Graham MacDonald, Executive Director of a private company, described the investment as one of the largest in the history of the JCB.

He added: “this underlines our commitment to manufacturing in the UK and in our home County of Staffordshire”.

JCB is owned by the Bamford family and chaired by Lord Anthony Bamford, who was a leading member of the campaign to keep ahead of the referendum on the British exit from the EU.

On the eve of voting, Lord Bamford JCB wrote in 6,500…

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