JCB named Supplier of the Year by United Rentals

By Lindsey AndersonFebruary 02, 2021

JCB North America has been named 2020 Supplier of the Year by United Rentals which recognized the manufacturer for what it says is its outstanding value, timely delivery, product support, training and procurement excellence.

This is the second year in a row that JCB has been recognized with this achievement.

“Being recognized for the second year in a row as the United Rentals Supplier of the Year is an outstanding achievement for JCB and a tremendous recognition in particular during this challenging year,” said Andrea Whelan, vice president for direct sales at JCB North America. “Our team at JCB is proud to continue to support our partner of over 20 years, and this award is an acknowledgement of the hard work and commitment the team provides.”

JCB has supplied United Rentals with a large range of construction equipment and material handlers since the company was founded in 1997.

“I would like to congratulate JCB for being named the 2020 United Rentals Supplier of the Year,” said T.J. Mahoney, vice president of supply chain for United Rentals. “As we all know, 2020 brought a year of uncertainty. We thank JCB for their ability to consistently find new ways to support our teams in the field and at our service locations.

“Whether it be through virtual product installations and training events or new [Covid-19] safety procedures, JCB has continued to show perseverance and dedication to excellence through their products and customer support.”

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