Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: JCB today moved to support the relief effort in earthquake-hit Nepal with the donation of diggers and electrical power generators worth around US$1 million (AU$1.25million). samsung custodia s8 Ten backhoe loaders were made available immediately to the Nepalese Army and are now at work in the areas worst hit by the disaster which has left more than 5,000 people dead and 10,000 injured. iphone cover outlet JCB Chairman Lord Bamford said: “It is shocking to see the devastation caused by this earthquake and the resulting widespread damage and destruction. custodia samsung On behalf of JCB, I express my heartfelt condolences to everyone affected by this natural disaster. huawei custodia JCB will continue to help the Nepalese Government in every possible way.” JCB supplied the backhoes through its UK dealer, MAW Enterprises Pvt Ltd, in Nepal. The electrical power generators are also en route from JCB India’s factory in Delhi to help stricken communities caught up in the quake. custodia samsung galaxy The JCB backhoe loaders have been deployed to help ground relief efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter Scale. iphone cover original In the coming weeks and months, the donated machines will be used in reconstruction efforts. JCB has a long history of helping countries affected by major natural disasters, providing US$500,000 worth of machines and generators to the Philippines when Typhoon Haiyan struck in 2013.

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