News & Blog

In 2013, JJE’s Charity of Choice was the Ronald McDonald House – through employee fundraising events and a matching corporate donation, we are proud to have been able to donate over $11,000 to this invaluable charity! The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from...

JJE TO COVER CANADIAN TERRITORIES FROM MANITOBA TO NEWFOUNDLAND Galbreath®, a Wastequip brand, and the waste industry’s leading manufacturer of hoists, container handlers, and trailers, has expanded its dealer network, naming JJE as one of its Canadian distributors. Galbreath is recognized as the premier hoist, trailer,...

Excerpt from the article “Position for the Future” published in Cleaner Magazine. When opportunity knocks at Kandey Co. Inc., co-owner Joe Kandefer has learned over the years to answer the door quickly and provide new services to fill market voids — even if it means...

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013Excerpt from the article “Custom Fit For Every Size” published in Machines Italia Magazine Volume VIII  When it comes to Italian machinery and equipment, there’s no telling where in North America a piece of Italian ingenuity and durability will turn up, from a...

Joe Johnson, President of JJE, presents Bonnie, a Volunteer Representative from Children’s Wish with a cheque for $10,000 to support The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada. Each year, a charity that is of significance to a JJE employee is selected as the year’s Charity of...

As the leading public works equipment distributor in Canada, Joe Johnson Equipment (JJE) is honoured to be recognized as one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. JJE is Canada’s largest, leading provider of infrastructure-maintenance equipment to Canada’s municipalities and contractors. Through its branch-network, JJE sells, rents,...

"Businesses leading from the heart: COMMUNITY CHAMPION column"  By Alan Atkins, Special to the Examiner Joe Johnson believes in leading by example and for the 42-year-old president of Joe Johnson Equipment Ltd., that means leading from the heart. Although Joe has always felt it was...