J & J Products was started in the early 1950s by Mr John Donald, the father of the current Directors Keith and Ian Donald. Originally a very small engineering firm, it was set up in a shed in the grounds of a public house. The business soon grew to a size where larger premises were required. Following moves around Ashford and Feltham in Middlesex, J & J Products eventually settled in their current premises on the North Feltham Trading Estate, not far from Heathrow Airport.
Now in our 7th decade, J & J Products specialise in all aspects of sheet metal work, welding, fabricating, tube and pipe bending.
As a family business, we pride ourselves on our personal approach to our customers, offering them competitive prices, reliability and eager, experienced staff.
At J & J Products we take Health and Safety very seriously. All our staff are fully trained in first aid, fire safety and all aspects of the warehouse environment, from safety equipment to manual handling. To ensure our customers are aware of our health and safety compliance, we have been accredited with The Safe Contractor Scheme and The Contractors Health and Safety Scheme (Chas). You can be assured that any work carried out is done so with the safety of others in mind.
We currently employ eight staff, all of whom are highly trained in their particular field of work. We always take pride in offering our customers excellent service – from the first point to call to the completion of the works.
We would be happy to discuss your requirements with you, drop us an email or give us a call on 020 8890 5085. We are always happy to help!
Some photos from the archive
This collapsible bike was manufactured in the very beginning for a friend of the family circa 1960.
This trolley was a bespoke item we manufactured for companies requiring semi-collapsible service trolleys from 60/70s onwards.
We produced stainless steel trims for this 1960s range of office desks.
These linen trollies were manufactured in the 1970s
Meal trollies manufactured for Heathrow Airport restaurant/kitchen areas for tray disposal circa 1980.