Extension to JRP range 20 April 2021

Jaton Riveting Products (JRP), the dedicated riveting brand from Owlett-Jaton, has gone from strength to strength since its launch in March 2020. Building on this success, the range has been extended to include more of the most popular rivet types and sizes used today.

The latest additions see new lines added to the structural and specialist ranges, including bulb and hem structural rivets, and load spread with washer specialist rivets.

The wholesaler has also introduced a large range of black and white dome head rivets, as well as coloured multi-grip rivets. Thirty-two colours have been chosen based on their popularity in the UK, and all have a RAL or BS colour reference for riveting projects requiring a colour match. Coloured rivets have a wide variety of uses and are suitable in industries such as cladding, signage, aerospace, automotive, construction and rail. 

“It is almost twelve months since the launch of JRP and we have been overwhelmed by the response from the market. Customers have experienced huge success from stocking a small part of the range and many have subsequently taken additional lines to expand their offering. The feedback we are receiving is very positive and we hope these new lines will further strengthen the JRP brand,” explains Tony Williams, sales director at Owlett-Jaton.

JRP products are available for free next day delivery, with low minimum order levels, across the majority of the UK mainland. With plans to further expand the range, customers can expect to see more additions in the next 12 months. 

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