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25 June 2018

James Jones & Sons wins planting scheme award at Scotland's Finest Woods Awards 2018

James Jones and Sons Ltd has won the New Commercial Wood award for its Rig of Airie planting scheme at the Scottish Finest Wood Awards 2018, which was held last week as part of the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh. The 365-hectare planting scheme to the east of Galloway Forest…

20 April 2018

Scottish Woodlands scoop the James Jones' TTBS Clay Pigeon Trophy

The Scottish Woodlands team of Matt Parr, Magnus O'Rielly, Ali Stuart and Antoni Dunn won the coveted James Jones' Quaich at the annual Timber Trade Benevolent Society (Scotland) clay pigeon shoot on Friday 20th April. Sponsored this year by last year's winners, Tilhill, the event took place at Cluny Activities near Kirkcaldy.

09 April 2018

James Jones & Sons announces major £5m investment at its Aboyne sawmill

James Jones & Sons has announced a major upgrade at the company’s Aboyne sawmill. The £5 Million improvement plan include enhancements to the sawline, control systems, material handling and resaw facilities. The mill, which opened in 1962 and was rebuilt in 1991, produces a mixed range of sawn timber specifications including carcassing, fencing and palletwood, with the bulk of output serving the…

16 January 2018

James Jones & Sons Ltd invests £7 Million in new I-Joist line.

As part of a continuing investment programme at its JJI-Joist plant in Forres, James Jones & sons Ltd has announced that a contract has been placed with US based Globe Machine Manufacturing Co. to supply and install a new high-speed, automated I-Joist assembly line.

27 October 2017

James Jones & Sons supplies larch for a fascinating architectural project in the Lake District

James Jones and Sons has been delighted to help architectural students from Central Saint Martins (University of Arts London) with their project to build an information kiosk and community bread oven in the grounds of the Ruskin Museum  in Coniston. James Jones supplied Scottish larch cut at the company's Lockerbie sawmill and delivered it to the University with the help of James Jones' distributor,…

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