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L.Jackson and Co. Ltd. was founded in 1950 by Mr. Luther Jackson and has grown into one of the largest stockists and suppliers of ex-military vehicles, plant and equipment released from the U.K. Ministry of Defense (MoD) as well as other EU/NATO military forces.

With over 2000 items of ex-military vehicles, plant and equipment available on the site, we are the first and best choice supplier in the field.

Our customers include construction and mining industries, utility companies, international aid agencies, UN contractors, government departments and private individuals.

Now in the third generation, Luther's grandson Matthew Jackson is now the director of the company and continues the growth of this successful family business.

The Company has over 65 years of experience supplying equipment around the world, our experience covers all aspects of worldwide sales and our shipping department handles freight, documentation and customs formalities.

Our base of operations is "The Rocket Site", Misson near Bawtry, Doncaster... (See visit us), a former boodhound missile site of over 60 acres. Our facilities include vehicle preparation workshops, and paint shops.

Vehicles and equipment are prepared to a high standard, inspecting and replacing parts where necessary prior to the vehicles being transferred to the paint shops where they are repainted to the customers' requirements.

Special modifications as requested by the customer can also be catered for, e.g. Tipping Bodies, Box Bodies, Service and Lube bodies, DROP's Bodies, Crane Trucks, and Tanker Trucks etc.

Our on-site facilities allow us to offer short lead times, even on the largest of orders, a complete after sales service can be offered, from the supply of service items for the vehicles through to a full spares back up.

CONTACT US

+44 (0)1302-770485
sales@ljacksonandco.co.uk
The Rocket Site, Misson
Nr. Bawtry, Doncaster, DN10 6ET
United Kingdom

Office Hours 09.00 - 17.00 hrs Monday-Friday

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