The history of Oxford dates back to 1901–1910, when the brand was developed in France. In 1982, Hamelin acquired the brand, which has since grown steadily and evolved into a market leader in notebooks, notepads and diaries in Europe.

Every year, more than 50 million Oxford products are produced and sold on the European market, 99% of which are produced locally at Hamelin’s factories in Europe.

A key element of Oxford notebooks, notepads and diaries is the use of high-quality optical white paper.

The Oxford range is primarily aimed at the school and office segment.

The culture of the Oxford brand is a deep-rooted combination of expertise, tradition and uncompromising quality. One of the key elements of the brand’s success is its approach: Everyone deserves a product where design, quality and comfort are in focus when the product is in use.

Likewise, it is Oxford’s ambition to supply the right tools to support its consumers’ achievements. Oxford manages to combine function and design with efficiency.

In its desire to shape the future and promote the use of notebooks, Oxford has made its mark on the market over the years by being at the forefront of the latest technology and introducing new features and innovative solutions.

A key element of Oxford notebooks, notepads and diaries is the use of high-quality optical white paper, which is anti-reflection and comfortable to write on.

And both sides of the paper can be written on without it showing through.