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Oxford Plastics 2021 Annual Business Roundup

From all of us at Oxford Plastics, we’d like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. For any enquiries, we’ll be closed from 24th of December 2021, and will be re-opening in the new year on the 3rd of January 2022.

2021 has had its twists and turns, but we’d like to highlight some important achievements the Oxford Plastics team has made this year. We’ve been working on improving the business from the ground up which included recruiting several new team members across multiple departments, installing offices and facilities, and improving our best sellers with the launch of new products.

We’re very excited for the new year ahead as we will be focusing more on our internal processes and products to encourage sustainability and improve our carbon footprint.

WE WELCOMED NEW FACES

With new business, products and growth comes new faces and in 2021 we did just that! We welcomed many new faces to the Oxford Plastics team this year which allowed us to add more experience, knowledge, and strength to the already well-versed workforce, across departments such as production, transport, finance and quality.

LATEST INNOVATIONS

We saw the launch of new products across multiple core categories in 2021. First, we upped the ante within our road sign products with the introduction of the EnduraSign QuickFit Frame, the engineered solution to chapter 8 signage. We then focused on our best sellers, road plates and trench covers, with the addition of two new hero products – LowPro 15/10 System and LowPro 100 Narrow Trench Cover for fibre optic trenching.

IMPROVING SITE FACILITIES

Alongside the new recruits to Oxford Plastics, we added numerous new office spaces and facilities around the site to accommodate our growing workforce. We’ve also added new walkways for improved health and safety and staff protection with social distancing.

THANK YOU

We’d like to say thank you to all our customers and suppliers. We truly appreciate all the support that helps make Oxford Plastics what it is today. Thank you.

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