Jungclaus Implement, located 50 miles southwest of the Twin Cities in Glencoe, MN, has joined JCB’s North American dealer network. Jungclaus JCB’s equipment line includes articulated wheel loaders, rough terrain forklifts, compact Loadalls, compact wheel loaders, skid steer loaders and high-speed Fastrac agricultural tractors.

A locally owned and operated company, Jungclaus JCB provides both new and used agriculture equipment. The company was founded in 1969 as Jungclaus Implement, specializing in farm equipment, lawn and garden equipment and recreational vehicles. The transition to Jungclaus JCB expresses the company’s growth and dedication to its increasing number of agriculture customers.

“Over the past 40 years of business, we’ve grown and evolved tremendously but remain focused on personal, unmatched service to local customers,” said Mark Jungclaus, Jungclaus JCB’s Dealer Principal. “We look forward to incorporating the distinguished JCB brand and its excellent equipment to enhance our current customer relations and expand to new customers.”

Jungclaus JCB has more than 20 employees, including six technicians—four of which have mobile capabilities for increased convenience. The company offers equipment rental by the day, week or month, and financial assistance through multiple lending services.

“We look forward to working more closely with Jungclaus and its loyal customer base,” said Dan Schmidt, JCB North America’s Vice President of Agriculture. “Pairing the company’s reputation for high quality service and JCB’s award-winning equipment will allow Jungclaus JCB to go above and beyond meeting the needs of its customers.”

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