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Welcome to Oxford Plastics

Oxford Plastic Systems Ltd is the leading independent UK manufacturer of the world’s most innovative range of site safety solutions.

Established in 1985 as a trade moulding specialist, Oxford Plastics has a wealth of expertise in the design and engineering of innovative, customised safety products, which are deployed every day within the utilities, construction, industrial, highway works and events sectors around the globe.

Oxford Plastics are innovators and developers of NEW products.

Guaranteeing compliance with the latest legislation, its award-winning portfolio includes barriers, road plates and trench covers, signs and cones, ground protection mats and heavy bases.

Oxford Plastics invests heavily in research and development, working in partnership with its customers to meet their evolving needs, and designing and developing solutions to the industry’s greatest challenges in terms of safety and compliance.

With expertise in the sustainable design and manufacture of injection, compression and blow moulded products, 75% of Oxford Plastics products are made from recycled plastic, and 100% are recyclable.

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News and New Products

In a bid to reduce congestion caused by roadworks at peak times, Gloucester County Council considers new tariffs for Utility companies. The initiative is being considered to minimise the heavy...
Navigating roadworks can be disorientating and even hazardous for people with a disability and this matter can go overlooked by roadworks contractors and manufacturers. This is why on August 23rd...
Anti-trip construction barrier that complies to the code of practice and equality act regulations. */     The Oxford Plastics StrongWall Heavy Duty plastic Pedestrian and...
We’re attending Utility Week Live at the NEC, Birmingham on 23rd - 24th May 2017. Visit us there! To find out more and register for the event visit -
National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) says UK Government must listen to the Utilities Industry if they are to implement an effective modern industrial strategy. In the Green Paper produced in Jan...
We’re attending the NODIG in Berlin at the end of March. 28th - 31st of March 2017.  Find out more information at