Oxford Plastics News
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 2017, Building Our Industrial Strategy, the Government proposes 10 pillars that will drive industrial strategy across the economy which are:
1. Science, research and innovation
4. Business growth and investment
6. Trade and investment
7. Affordable energy
Oxford Plastics take the high quality category on the 16th November at the 2016 NJUG Awards ceremony held in Parliament. The event was hosted by the Chair of the House of Commons Transport Select Committee Louise Ellman MP, with Andrew Jones MP, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport, delivering the keynote speech.
A temporary plastic road sign which is extremely strong and robust and does not corrode, giving durability and long life.
An all plastic design the product will not conduct electricity or corrode over life.
The Endurasign is easy and safe to handle with no sharp edges and has a simple folding system for quick deployment and storage. The design allows for faces to be interchanged and every frame can be added to, creating a supplementary version.
The product can be completely recycled at the end of its life and re-used.