JCB adds Utah dealer

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Peak JCB, a new JCB dealer headquartered in West Valley City, Utah, will offer a wide variety of equipment including the renowned backhoe, track, and wheel loaders, rough terrain forklifts, innovative compactors, hydraulic excavators and the world’s safest skid steers.

Established as Thermo King Intermountain (TKI) in 1944 by Warren E. Pugh, Peak JCB is a family-run business providing high quality service, support and products to consumers in the construction and agricultural industries. Today, grandsons Tim and Jim Pugh are responsible for the day-to-day company operations.
“Since the beginning, we’ve made it our mission to not just be considered another dealership, but to be seen as a business partner our customers can rely on,” said Rod Miller, general manager of Peak JCB. “We’re thrilled to offer our loyal customers some of the best-selling construction equipment available by expanding our business to partner with the world’s third largest equipment manufacturer.”
In addition to equipment sales assistance, Peak JCB offers equipment and industry expertise, convenient financing opportunities and servicing, ranging from preventative maintenance checks to full-scale repairs.
“Peak JCB has an excellent reputation of over 40 years of superior service, support and customer satisfaction,” said Dallas Reeves, JCB North America’s vice president of sales. “The company’s customer support doesn’t stop after the initial sale, that’s when it begins. Combining this passion for individualized care with JCB’s innovative, award-winning products makes Peak JCB an excellent choice for equipment solutions.”
For more information about Peak JCB, visit To learn more about JCB’s industry-leading equipment for the construction, agricultural, industrial, waste/recycling, rental and landscaping industries, visit

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