JTC is ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 45001:2018 Certified

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To cater to the demand on its contracts, JTC has strengthened its Crane fleet in Kuwait with the recent purchase of 2 new AT Cranes, a 300T Grove GMK 6300L with a 80M seven-section full power MEGAFORM™ boom with TWIN-LOCK™ pinning and; a 100T Grove GMK 4100L with a 60M six section MEGAFORM boom design.

Both these cranes come with the MEGATRAK™ suspension system which is the best off-road driveline available on the market today. The MEGATRAK™ independent suspension and all-wheel steer system allows wheels to remain on the ground at all times so stresses and weight are not continually transferred between axles.


To satisfy the requirements on its Oil & Gas contracts, JTC has boosted its existing Generator fleet by adding 43 new units of CUMMINS generators in the mid- to high-capacity range, from 300 KVA to 1250 KVA; thereby taking its total fleet strength to 450 units.


JTC is proud to be the first assessed Gulf Sustainability & Quality Assessment System (SQAS) Company in Kuwait, achieving the third highest scoring points in the Middle East.

Gulf SQAS is a system to evaluate the quality, safety, security and environmental performance of Logistics and Warehousing Service Providers in a uniform manner by single standardized assessments.


Road Junction & Transport Company (RJTC), a subsidiary of JTC Kuwait; and a major player in the Equipment Rental industry in Qatar has purchased eleven new state-of-the-art Tadano cranes, of 110 metric ton and 80 metric ton capacity respectively, from M/s. Qatar Tractor & Equipment Co., a part of the Taleb Group. The substantial purchase of these cranes is primarily to meet the mid-range crane demand in Qatar. The new purchase is a part of the several initiatives scheduled for RJTC as the company establishes a strong foothold to meet the demands of the advancing infrastructure in Qatar.


JTC has strengthened its container truck trailer fleet with the recent purchase of 10 new TATA Heads (2015 Model) along with 10 new Dutch Lanka Trailers (60 ton capacity).

In addition, JTC has also recently upgraded its stacker fleet with the inclusion of 4 new Terex Reach stackers.

These investments have been made in order to increase efficiency at ship side and also to absorb any future surge in container volumes.


In order to satisfy the requirements on its fuel transportation contracts, JTC has strengthened its existing Tanker fleet by adding 4 units of KNPC approved fuel tankers to its fleet.


JTC has recently been awarded a five-year contract from Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) for the Hire of Heavy Transport Vehicles and Miscellaneous Mobile Equipment for KNPC Refineries namely; Mina Ahmadi, Mina Abdullah, Shuaiba as well as Local Marketing Department.

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