Staffordshire digger maker JCB has said it is donating more than £300,000 worth of machines and generators to help people affected by the Filipino typhoon disaster.
The company is sending a fleet of three loaders to aid the clear-up operations following Typhoon Haiyan.
In addition, more than 120 JCB electrical generators are being provided through the company's Filipino dealer Camec.
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