UK Forks has taken delivery of an electric JCB Loadall that was purchased as part of a charity auction.
Rosie Murden (NSPCC) with Shayne Wright and Simon Brook (VP).
The JCB 525-60E electric Loadall was built from scratch by 36 JCB apprentices to raise money for children’s charity NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children).
The machine sports distinctive vinyl wrap featuring the handprints of 20 pupils from two Stoke-on-Trent schools.
UK Forks managing director Shayne Wright says: “The auction of the JCB 525-60E gave VP UK Forks the perfect opportunity to invest in the great charitable work of the NSPCC while growing our fleet of zero-emission machines.”
A subsidiary of the VP group, UK Forks is a specialist hirer of telescopic handlers and tracked access platforms.