Who we are

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JFC Polska is a manufacturer of systems and solutions for the agriculture, catering, hotel, transport, construction and environmental-protection industries. In its early days, JFC manufactured products for the Irish agricultural market only. With time, the range of products and solutions was expanded to other industries, with JFC divisions’ being established all over Europe. Currently, JFC has branches in Great Britain, the Netherlands and Poland. JFC markets its products to more than 30 countries, including Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, Germany, the Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, and many others.

The history of JFC

With over 30 years’ experience, JFC draws on the broad range of expertise within the organisation to innovate and develop products for international markets. Investment in people, R&D, leading-edge technology, and an unerring commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, cement JFC’s position as a market leader in the plastics industry. JFC has achieved a leading market position by continually developing trend-setting products which meet and exceed the ever-changing needs of our customers.

December 17th 1987

The Late Late Show

John Concannon appears in the Late Late programme to promote JFC’s Multi-Bucket Calf Feeder.

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1990

Product innovation

JFC develops its first laundry trolley.

1990

JFC moves to a new manufacturing plant

JFC moves to the Weir Road Plant, opened by Minister Noel Treacy during an official celebration.

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1994

JFC UK is established

JFC UK is established and operates out of the home of Sales Manager Andy Menzies in Reading.

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1995

JFC UK moves to new offices

JFC UK moves to its new offices in Oswestry, Shropshire.

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1997

JFC Netherlands is officially opened

The official opening of JFC Netherlands offices, participated by Pieter van der Meer and Ytsen van der Velde.

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2001

FC’s acquisition

FC acquires PD Rotomouldings, UK.

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2003

New-product launch

Twinwall CorriPipe is launched onto the Irish market.

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2004

Double acquisition for the JFC Group

JFC acquires Delieve Plastics of Stratford-Upon-Avon and Reprise Plastic Recycling, St Helens. Both companies convert waste-plastic bottles into Twinwall CorriPipe.

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Wrzesień 2004

JFC establishes its new operations in Poland.

JFC opens a new production and sales branch in Poland. More than sixty entrepreneurs from Tuam took part in the opening ceremony.

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2007

JFC enters the marine industry

JFC develops products for the marine sector.

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2013

The JFC Milk Kart is launched

The JFC Milk Kart is launched into production. It is a new era of JFC calf-feeding products.

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2014

New website launched

The dedicated JFC Agri website is launched.

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2015

JFC Marine officially opens

JFC Marine is officially established and starts its operation on Galway harbour.

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2015

The DBL9 Dumpy - Tip-over Drinker is launched

The DBL9 Dumpy - Tip-over Drinker debuts during the National Ploughing Championships.

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2016

JFC wins more awards

JFC Marine receives the Excellence in Marine Technology Award, while JFC Agri wins the Space Innovation Award for the DBL9.

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2016

JFC invests in new equipment

JFC purchases a new machine for 3 Million EURO to produce Twinwall CorriPipe™ XL.

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2016

New JFC Group websites launched

Two new JFC group websites are launched on www.jfccivils.com and www.jfcmaterialhandling.com

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2017

JFC rebranding to the JFC Group

JFC changes its brand name to the JFC Group and launches a new corporate website