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02 March 2017

James Jones & Sons Ltd Chairman, Tom A. Bruce-Jones receives Confor award

Tom A. Bruce-Jones, Chairman of James Jones & Sons Ltd and also of Stella-Jones Inc. of Canada, was recently presented with the Confor 'Dedicated Service to Forestry Award for 2017' being described as a " towering figure in the modern forestry and timber sector".

24 February 2017

James Jones & Sons Ltd makes it nine years in a row as supplier of the year to Shaw Pallet

Once again James Jones & Sons has topped the charts to be awarded the accolade of Shaw Pallet's Supplier of the Year Award for an amazing ninth year in succession.  In telling us about the award Diane Woodward, Quality…

10 November 2016

Major new development at James Jones & Sons Lockerbie, to enhance customer service

Work is underway on a new 18 acre development at Hangingshaw, three miles north of the existing James Jones facilities at Stevens Croft. The new facility, which will be operational in summer 2017, will incorporate additional secondary processing and treatment facilities targeted primarily at increasing production of fencing products, including incised posts which have grown in popularity since James Jones launched them in 2013.

19 September 2016

James Jones shows newest log truck at APF 2016

APF 2016 was again held at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire and this year James Jones showed off a brand new Volvo FH 500 tractor and trailer unit. The new vehicle has been modified to incorporate all the latest safety features including satellite tracking, five on board cameras for all round driver vision and an overhead high voltage cable detector. In addition a TIREBOSS central tyre inflation systerm…

12 September 2016

James Jones delighted to join Supply Chain Sustainability School

James Jones & Sons was delighted to become part of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, having recently been awarded silver status. The School has been set up to encourage businesses operating within the construction industry supply chain to become more involved with the issues surrounding sustainability.

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