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26 August 2015

Unit Pallets Limited receives award from CHEP Europe for outstanding quality and service performance.

Bart De Laender (Procurement Director, CHEP Europe) and Dave Schoeters (Procurement Manager, CHEP Europe) presented Unit Pallets (UPL) MD Gil Covey and the Unit team with the Silver Medal European Supplier Award for outstanding quality and service performance for the year to June 2015.

17 August 2015

Healthy demand drives steady growth at Stella-Jones

  Stella-jones Inc. has just reported its second quarter results with sales of CAD$428.1Million, up 24.2% against the same period last year, with both railway tie and residential lumber sales showing strong growth.

12 August 2015

IPP Logipal recognises 10 years of outstanding customer service from Unit Pallets

Unit Pallets Limited, part of the James Jones Group and one of the UK's leading suppliers to the UK pallet market, was honoured to have its efforts recognised by Faber Halbertsma Group Pooling Partners (IPP Logipal) for whom Unit has been working for a total of 10 years in the UK. Phil Storer (European Development Director) and David Bage (Operations Director UK and Ireland)at IPP Logipal presented…

24 July 2015

Larch Ltd gains ISO 14001 environmental accreditation

  Larch Ltd, the specialist pallet manufacturer within the James Jones & Sons Group, has been awarded ISO 14001:2004 accreditation for continuous environmental improvement. In the last 12 months Larch has invested considerable resource working towards meeting the ISO standard and the project success is a direct result of this commitment. Stephen…

02 July 2015

Warroch Hill wins the James Jones Trophy at Scotland's Finest Woods Awards

Warroch Hill, near Milnathort in Kinross-shire has won the coveted James Jones Trophy for the best new commercial woodland planting in Scotland as part of Scotland's Finest Woods Awards. Owned by The Church Commissioners for England and managed by UPM Tilhill, the scheme attracted praise from the judges who were 

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