Our Non Woven, Polymer and Heat Shield products are further processed and put in use by our esteemed customers for the production of interior decoration items for various types of automotives. Our products, serve as components which are installed or assembled into an automobile, as illustrated in this diagram:-

  • Nonwoven Fabric
  • Bumper Core (EPP)
  • Engine cabin
  • Wood stock package trey
  • Headliners
  • Carpet
  • Trunks
  • Seat Part’s
  • Air Filter
  • Percal Trays
  • Door Parts
  • Heat Protector
  • Parklite Insulation

The multiple benefits make EPP an integral part of high-performance components, used in various applications. It is in the automotive industry however, that EPP demonstrates the best results, with optimized protection components and ultra-light materials – increasing the product efficiency substantially.

PARK specializes in manufacturing Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) moulds known for energy absorption, multiple impact resistance, thermal insulation, buoyancy, and water and chemical resistance. An environment-friendly product, it can be recycled easily and is 100% non-toxic, containing no CFC or any other blowing agents.

EPP (expandable Polypropylene) Is a closed cell foam material highly Flexible, Light weight, Environmentally Friendly. It has high absorbing properties and can be hit over and over again Without Denting or Breaking.

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    Only Material Having a Resistance to Common Chemicals such as Petrol and Acetone.

    EPP moulds are used within various parts in automotives, such as:

    • Sunvisors
    • Head Rest
    • Bumper Core
    • Door Pads
    • Tool Box
    • Floor Pads
    • Luggage Boxes
    • Electronics & Communications packaging


    • Sound infrastructure equipped with modern tools and machinery
    • Stringent quality process overseen by expert examiners
    • Experienced team with in-depth knowledge about Expanded Polypropylene (EPP)