Stacko™ Blocks

November 28, 2016

Stacko™ Blocks have been developed from the ground up as a superior alternative to traditional hardwood blocks. Manufactured from high quality materials, ensure Stacko™ Blocks perform to your expectations for the long term. The Stacko™ is suitable for use in numerous industries and applications. Stacko™ Blocks are safe due to their interlocking design, and up.. read more →

Outrigger Pads – Stackable With a change in design the old Outrigger has gone from being good to GREAT National Plastics & Rubber are always looking for new ways to improve our products, in design, durability, strength. With this in mind we have improved the design of the Outrigger pad so that no matter what.. read more →

National Plastics & Rubber’s Aviation wheel chock is suitable for use on a wide range of aircraft as well as GSE.  Our chocks are manufactured utilising load rated, lightweight materials that can handle the toughest operational conditions. Suitable for use in; • Civil Aviation • Commercial Aviation • Military aircraft operations National Plastics & Rubber’s AeroChock™ is.. read more →

National Plastics and Rubber are pleased to announce the appointment of our new USA Distributors – AME International and Haltec.  See Distributors under our Contact page for full contact information. read more →

Timba™ Blocks

March 18, 2015

National Plastics & Rubber in conjunction with our customers have developed the Timba™ Block.   As the price of hardwood and other timbers are constantly increasing and becoming more difficult to source our customers have been looking for an alternative. Unlike natural timber which varies from piece to piece NPR’s Timba™ is manufactured and tested.. read more →


December 8, 2014

Recent changes to FRAS material regulations have banned the use of some chemicals for use in the manufacture of FRAS material. A  review of your current suppliers FRAS material certification is advised to ensure their certification is current. If the certification is not current, it is recommended that the material be treated as being “Uncertified”… read more →