Mosgiel Branch

JJ Limited Mosgiel

31 Gladstone Road South
MOSGIEL 9024

PO Box 104
MOSGIEL 9053

T 03 489 8199
F 03 489 0199
[email protected]

Grant Jones

MOBILE 027 283 1820
PHONE 03 489 8199
EMAIL [email protected]

In 1991, fresh out of school, Grant joined one of JJ Ltd's subsidiary companies as a jack of all trades, some mechanical work, spare parts, sales and even telephonist. Grant's sales ability soon became apparent, and after ten years with the company, the opportunity arose to start up and manage the Otago branch in Mosgiel.
A position which Grant has relished, bringing the branch from a standing start to one of the leading tractor and farm machinery businesses in Otago, in only a few years.

Sab Fikaj

MOBILE 027 220 8851
PHONE 03 489 8199
EMAIL [email protected]

Sab grew up on a farm in the UK and became an apprentice mechanic at Peacock and Binnington working on Massey Ferguson, Fendt, and Challenger tractors.
As a fully qualify field service technician Sab continued with Peacock and Binnington for another four years until 2013 when he decided to spread his wings and see what New Zealand had to offer.
After doing two seasons with us as a field service technician he decided to stay on permanently and took on the role as Service Manager Mosgiel.

Stephen Barker

MOBILE 027 489 8199
PHONE 03 489 8199
EMAIL [email protected]

Stephen was born and raised on a sheep and beef farm in Southland and after leaving school he completed his apprenticeship in Automotive Engineering and gained A Grade qualifications.
Stephen has spent more that 25 years in the agricultural industry working for both the Mosgiel and Christchurch branches of JJ’s as well as time in the UK working in the marine industry.
Returning to NZ 18 months ago he took up the spanners again at the Mosgiel branch and moved into the Parts Manager role this year.

Gavin Denston

MOBILE 027 435 4017
PHONE 03 489 8199
EMAIL [email protected]

Tony Scanlan

MOBILE 027 704 8563
PHONE 03 489 8199
EMAIL [email protected]

After leaving school Tony did a fitters apprenticeship at NZ Railways Hillside workshops in Dunedin, but after five years went back to work on the family farm and did contracting in the summer months with a conventional baler.  Tony's dad was more into the stock so Tony looked after the machinery side of the farm.  Tony eventually brought a medium square baler and went contracting for 17 years while also traveling to England and did five years straw baling in the UK during the NZ off season.

Tony's passion for tractors and machinery then lead to a sales role for a local Otago company before moving to JJ's as a sales rep in 2017.