About Us

+44(0)28 9265 1231 - Office 
+44(0) 7831 237531 - Stuart
+44(0) 7775 701143 - Colin

J.S. Reid & Sons was founded by the late James 'Stanley' Reid over 60years ago.  It all started off as a 'working' farm - which included livestock, hay and arable crops being the main stay of the business and one lorry.

Hay & Straw sales started and accumulated over the years, to an all year round supply of produce to farms all over Northern Ireland from conventional bales, round bales and large square bales and still ongoing

As business grew the need for more lorries became apparent. 
Today the lorries can be seen throughout Ireland and the UK and still carry the very proud name of JS Reid & Sons and the livery :
'Farm Produce, Livestock, Growers and Merchants'.

In 1998 Stanley's' sons Colin & Stuart branched out into the machinery transport side.  Now we specialize in the transportation of new and used agricultural machinery for Manufacturers, Importers and Retailers - collecting and delivering throughout Ireland and UK.  

We are a family orientated business and we would like to introduce you to 'The 'Team' 

Stuart Reid - Haulage Co-ordinator / Driver, brother Colin Reid - Farm Co-ordinator / Driver and sister Carol Belshaw - Accounts.

Then we have our esteemed workers - Willie - Farm Manager, 3 x full- time drivers - Alan, Davy and Rodney and Jacqui - GDB

We can supply the following Transport Solutions :-

26ft / 20ft  Rigid & Drag             5 x axle configuration (26 / 40tonne gross)

45ft Flat Trailers                        2 x 3 axle configuration (40tonne gross)

45ft Curtain Siders                    3 x 3 axle configuration (44tonne gross)

Extendable Flat Trailers           

45ft Step Frame Low Loaders   All with out riggers and choice of double flip toe
                                                    hydraulic ramps

Extendable Low Loader            For the transportation of Combine Harvesters and
                                                   cutter bars

Stanley Reid Esquire
A Tribute to the 'Boss'
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