James Jones & Sons

James Jones & Sons launches Innovating for a Greener World campaign
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James Jones & Sons has launched an ‘Innovating for a Greener World’ campaign in celebration of Earth Day on 22 April. The week-long campaign opened with a film to showcase a number of environmental initiatives that have recently taken place across the Group. The film was followed with a series...
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Supplying Timber | Issue 05
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Welcome to the fifth issue of Supplying Timber, a magazine from Timber Development UK (TDUK) dedicated to the timber merchants, suppliers, manufacturers and tradespeople who are interested in working with timber.
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James Jones & Sons expands into pallet manufacturing
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James Jones & Sons has announced that pallet manufacturing will soon be a part of its Australian operations following the acquisition of Rodpak Pty by its Australian subsidiary, Hyne Timber Pty. Rodpak is a Melbourne-based pallet and packaging manufacturer that, like the rest of the James Jones & Sons Group,...
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King Charles III visits James Jones & Sons sawmill
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His Majesty King Charles III visited James Jones & Sons. Aboyne sawmill earlier this month to commemorate the completion of the sawmill’s extensive, five year, £15 million redevelopment programme. His Majesty first visited the sawmill in 1999 when he was Prince of Wales and many employees are still with the company...
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Wall Stud meets efficiency legislation
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A new JJI Wall Stud has been launched by the Timber Systems division of James Jones & Sons. Made in the UK at its engineered timber manufacturing plant in Forres, the JJI Wall Stud offers a low-carbon solution to the UK and European construction market. It has been developed to...
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electric timber trucks
James Jones to trial electric timber trucks
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TDUK member James Jones & Sons is playing its part in lowering the industry's carbon emissions with a new trial of electric timber trucks. The company is partnering with Volvo, along with Scotlog Haulage, in a three-year trial of electric timber trucks, funded by Scottish Forestry. Scottish Forestry has awarded £452,000...
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