Future Plastics provide thermoplastic manufacturing solutions to excellent companies with global footprints.
1936 Company formed by William Cox
1950 Manufactured the first acrylic rooflight
1960 Coxdome trade name adopted for the rooflight range
1966 Coxdome Ireland is set up as a 50:50 joint venture between Sisk Construction and Yule Catto Plc. Production commenced at a new plant in Dublin.
1971 Company starts to offer ‘bespoke’ plastic manufacturing solutions.
1997 Company changed name to Williaam Cox Ireland Ltd.
2000 50% share sold by Yule Catto Plc and aquired by CRH Plc
2008 Plastic Manufacturing division of Williaam Cox Ireland acquired by Future Plastics and re-located to 30,000 square foot facility in Leixlip
2009 Future Plastics awarded ISO plastic manufacturing certification
2010 Doubled production capacity after acquisition and of plant and machinery from liquidated plastic manufacturing company
2011 Continued investment in people, latest software and related production processes
2012 Commenced a 3 year €1.2M investment plan focused on improving thermoforming capability
2014 – 2015 Doubled capacity for vacuum forming and 5 axis CNC machining
2016 – Commenced introduction of SC21 bronze and AS9100 aerospace quality standards