JCB Adds Sigma to North American Dealer Network

Sigma JCB

SAVANNAH, Ga. – JCB expanded its North American dealer network with the addition of Sigma JCB, a division of Sigma Equipment, located in Miami.

The company will sell, rent, and service JCB’s utility and earthmoving equipment, including compact excavators, backhoe loaders, skid steers, compact track loaders, telehandlers, large excavators, and wheel loaders. 

 “Sigma Equipment has always focused on providing complete solutions that increase our customers’ productivity, efficiency, and safety, and reduce their operating costs,” said Carlos E. Gallardo, president and managing director of Sigma JCB. “Now, by launching Sigma JCB, we’re able to support that focus with industry-leading machines that can have an immediate and positive impact on our customers’ bottom lines.”   

Since 2010, Sigma Equipment has specialized in heavy machinery, work trucks, and lifting equipment, and is part of an international group founded in 1986 that specializes in power generation, electric motors, diesel engines, electric conductors, and water pumping and treatment systems. The company created and follows the “Sigma Method,” a process designed to better understand customer needs and requirements to offer integral solutions that contribute to business growth.

Sigma JCB will operate from its 12-acre facility, including an 8,000 sq.-ft. office and 2,500 sq.-ft. warehouse. A service shop with 20 bays, a fully stocked parts counter, and numerous trained technicians will provide support. A dedicated JCB service truck will be available to make on-site repairs when needed. 

“For many years, Sigma Equipment has delivered positive customer experiences based on transparency, credibility, and a proactive, can-do attitude,” said Christian Baillie, vice president of dealer sales for JCB North America. “Miami is a busy, growing heavy equipment market, and we’re pleased to work with a dealer partner that shares many of JCB’s values. We look forward to a long and prosperous working relationship with Sigma JCB in the years to come.”