Suppliers of various raw fabric materials used to manufacture automotive components.
Acoustek Nonwovens LLC in Statesville, North Carolina.
A supplier of nonwoven acoustical and thermal insulating fabrics made from recycled and recyclable materials.
ACS Industries, Inc. in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
Products include filters and diffusers for airbag inflators and gaskets as well as wire mesh components for engine exhaust systems.
Adele Knits, Inc. in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
A supplier of of industrial fabrics. Automotive application areas include vinyl backing and scrim, molded door panel backing, vinyl seat backing, molded instrument panels, etc.
AFX Industries, L.L.C. in Port Huron, Michigan.
A supplier of hand sewn leather and material parts to the automotive marketplace, specifically leather-wrapped steering wheels, shift knobs, parking brake handles and other trim components.
Ahlstrom Nonwovens, LLC in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
A supplier of fiber nonwoven and reinforcement composites. Uses include engine filtration, headliners, in-mold, acoustic and natural fibre applications.
Alpha Associates, Inc. in Lakewood, New Jersey.
Manufactures coated fabrics, insulation materials, fabrics, reinforced laminates and PTFE coated release fabrics for automotive and other industrial applications.
American & Efird, Inc. in Mt. Holly, North Carolina.
A supplier of sewing threads.
American Flock Association in Cherryville, North Carolina.
A non-profit trade organization representing over 150 textile manufacturers and industry suppliers. Automotive application areas include sunvisors, glove box & map pockets, sunroof seals & sunroof shades, window channel extrusions, ABC pillar garnish moldings, trunk compartments, speaker housings and grills, seating fabrics, floor mat logos, door belt moldings, interior trim components, center consoles, coin trays, arm rest compartments, and other mechanical components.
Apache Mills, Inc. in Calhoun, Georgia.
A supplier of automotive specialty composites with application areas including underlayment, dashes, firewalls, engine compartments, carpeting, flooring, thermoformable flooring, HVAC component enclosures, acoustical/impact/vibration control materials, floor mats, cargo mats, instrument panel materials/composites, foams and sub-assemblies, etc.
Argent International, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Specializes in the conversion and distribution of adhesives, films, non-wovens, foams, etc. OEM application areas include safety, lighting, paint, attachment, and NVH, EMI, and thermal management.
Ashland Inc. in Wilmington, Delaware.
Produces textile fibers for automotive and other applications.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Produces carpeting and auxillary mats.
AvCarb Material Solutions in Lowell, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of PAN-based carbon friction materials for automatic and manual transmissions applications. Specializes in woven carbon fabrics made from spun yarn.
AVINTIV, Inc. in Old Hickory, Tennessee.
A supplier of high performance, speciality nonwoven fabrics. Produces polyester and polypropylene products for use in automotive interior applications such as seating & interior trim, headliner & trunk liner composites, foam seat backing for decorative stitching, high strength seat reinforcement, surface preparation wipes and bonding agents.
Bonar, Inc. in Enka, North Carolina.
A producer of synthetic nonwovens for automotive applications such as A, B, C column padding; backing for tufted carpeting; cabin air filters; car mats; carburetor filters; carpet and carpet reinforcement; door trim reinforcements; filters in production process; headliner backings; hood liners; insulation materials; rear shelf panels; sound proofing; transmission tunnel; trunk floor covering; trunk liners; and upholstery backing.
Borgers USA Corporation in Vance, Alabama.
Provides automotive component sequencing services. Application areas include hood insulation, outer dash insulation, engine casing, sound deadening, inner dash insulation, floor carpet systems, seat cushion supports, seat back trims, package trays, rear seat trim, trunk mats, inner wheel arch liners, spare wheel shaping trim, trunk sill covers, tailgate trim, outer wheel arch liners, undershields, etc.
Bouckaert Industrial Textiles in Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
A manufacturer of needlepunch high-density wool and synthetic felt for nonwoven fabrics. Automotive application areas include cabin air filters, carpet padding, truck liners, tire reinforcement, acoustic insulation, thermal insulation, battery post corrosion inhibitor washers, console box linings, storage box linings, sun visor padding, dash insulators, oil filters, muffler wraps and sound-proofing.
Cerex Advanced Fabrics, Inc. in Pensacola, Florida.
A manufacturer of spunbond nylon specialty nonwoven fabrics.
Chemprene, Inc. in Beacon, New York.
A supplier of lightweight conveyor belting, precision coated fabrics and molded diaphragm products.
CMI Enterprises in Miami, Florida.
A supplier of vinyls, leathers and fabrics for seating, interior trim applications such as headliners, door inserts and arm & head rests. Services include laminating and die-cutting.
Color-Fi® in Sumter, South Carolina.
A supplier of custom engineered and specialty fibers for the automotive and other markets. Products include solution-dyed polyester staple fibers.
Core Composites, Inc. in Bristol, Rhode Island.
A distributor of advanced composite materials such as fabrics, carbon fiber and aramids in dry form and epoxy prepregs.
DAK Americas, LLC in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of PET resins as well as polyester staple fibers. Application areas include backing for tufted carpeting; carburetor filters; carpet and carpet reinforcement; door panel trim; headliner backings; headliner facings; headliner substrates; hood liner facings; muffler; trunk floor reinforcements; and upholstery backing.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Deccofelt Corporation in Glendora, California.
A supplier of adhesives, laminating felts, fabrics, vinyls, and D/C tapes, etc.
DelStar Technologies, Inc. in Middletown, Delaware.
A supplier of thermoplastic nets and nonwovens for specific automotive applications such as filter media and supports for fuel, oil and hydraulic fluids; cabin air filter media; dry adhesives; HVAC screens; and spring silencers.
Derby Fabricating, LLC in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of die cut automotive parts. Applications include A, B, C pillar insulation; air seals; arm rest and console pads; bin mats; buzz, squeak & rattle (BSR) control; carpet inserts; cowl seals; cup holder components; door panel insulation; dust seals; engine cover insulation; headliner insulation; impact absorbing foam blocks; spoiler and trim tapes; vent seals and vent flaps; and water seals, etc. Capabilities include die cutting, assemblies, laminating, laser die burning, packaging, rewinding, slitting, etc.
DFTDuraFiber Technologies, Inc. in Huntersville, North Carolina.
A supplier of industrial polyester fibers and fabrics such as HMLS tire yarn and HDI yarn, polymer chip (external use) and multiplex. Automotive application areas include tire cord and seat belts.
DuPont Automotive Systems in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of DuPont™ Suva® brand 134a automotive refrigerant as well as performance coatings, specialty fibers, specialty polymers including automotive coatings (paints), transparent sheeting for laminating safety glass, engineering polymers and fibers such as glass-reinforced nylon for air intake manifolds, aramid fibers, material for engine mounts and air springs, various seals, upholstery fabrics and resins for noise barrier applications in door panels.
Duro Textiles, LLC in Fall River, Massachusetts.
A supplier of adhesive-coated fabrics for industrial and automotive applications. Services include the processing of customer-supplied woven or nonwoven fabrics up to a width of 120". Capabilities include applying adhesive coatings via a variety of methods. Coatings include polyester, polyethylene, polyamides, and blends. Services include slitting and sheeting.
Dynic USA Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon.
A supplier of cabin air filter media, head and trunk liner material, and label materials for seatbelts and airbags.
Eagle Ottawa, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplier of leather products for interior applications such as seats, consoles, armrests, door bolsters, and headrests, etc.
Electrolock, Inc. in Hiram, Ohio.
A developer of material-design solutions for applications requiring high performance electrical and thermal insulation products.
Fabrico in Kennesaw, Georgia.
A supplier of engineered flexible materials. Products include masking for truck headlight applications, automotive gasket materials, electrical insulation materials, thermal management materials, and die-cut materials for automotive carpet attachment applications.
Faurecia Interior Systems in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive interior components and systems. Able to produce and assemble complete cockpit systems. Parts include dashboards, consoles, trim parts, door panels, molded carpets and soundproofing mats, rear shelves, trunk liners, headliners, cockpit modules, door assemblies and soundproofing systems, external bumpers, and lateral protective strips.
Fiber Dynamics, Inc. in High Point, North Carolina.
A supplier of chemically bonded nonwoven fabrics with conventional and unique combinations of fibers and binders. Capabilities include adhesive coating, fire retardants to meet automotive standards, water/fuel repellents, and mold release agents used in acoustical and thermal applications such as hood insulator pads, drive shaft liners, molded interior parts, and trunk liners.
FiberLok Inc. in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A specialty printing company that manufactures fiber graphic products including heat-seal labels, transfers, pressure-sensitive stickers and films for thermoforming and in-mold decoration (IMD) inserts.
FiberMark North America, Inc. in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
A supplier of specialty fiber-based materials (specialty paper and nonwovens) for a variety of automotive/transportation applications such as filtration (engine air, cabin air, fuel, lubrication and hydraulic), abrasive media (for sanding) and masking tape base (for painting), automotive labels, covering materials for air bags and other technical materials.
FiberMark North America, Inc. in Brattleboro, Vermont.
A supplier of specialty fiber-based materials for a variety of automotive applications such as specialty paper and nonwovens for automotive filtration, abrasive media (for sanding) and masking tapes (for painting), automotive labels, cover materials for auto manuals and fire retardant media.
Freudenberg Filtration Technologies, L.P. in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
A supplier of nonwoven fabrics to the automotive industry. Applications include cabin air filters, HVAC filters, etc.
Freudenberg Nonwovens North America in Durham, North Carolina.
A supplier of nonwoven fabrics to the automotive industry. Produces A, B, C column padding; backing for tufted carpeting; battery separators; bodywork parts; cabin air filters; car mats; carburetor filters; carpet and carpet reinforcement; decorative fabric; door panel trim; door trim facing fabrics; filters in production process; headliner backings; headliner covering; headliner facings; headliner substrates; hood liners; insulation materials; molded fuel tanks; molded trunk liners; muffler; polyurethane coated backing; rear shelf panels; seat bolster fabrics; seat covers; seat slip agents; sound proofing; sun visor material; trunk floor covering; trunk liners; upholstery backing; and vinyl backing for seat covers.
Global Material Technologies, Inc. in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
A materials company offering metal fibers in many alloys and sizes. Fibers are processed into many forms such as bulk reels (steel wool), chopped fibers, staple length fibers and metal textiles. Uses include friction materials, abrasives, polishing and finishing media, filter media, separations media, thermal and acoustical insulation, etc.
GST AutoLeather, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of leather components for automotive seating and interior surface applications.
Guilford, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of bodycloth, headliner and interior automotive fabric. Options include sueding, brushing, etching, printing, emobssing, etc.
Guilford, Inc. in Kenansville, North Carolina.
Designers and manufacturers of textiles and textile composites for automotive interiors including products for headliners, pillar fabric, sun visors, sunshade, seating and door panels.
Guilford, Inc. in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Designs, develops, produces and sells automotive fabrics and engineered composites. Applications include seats, headliners, sun visors, pillars, parcel shelves, cargo netting, cab walls, and trunk liners for passenger cars, sport utility vehicles (SUVs), vans and light and heavy duty trucks, etc.
Highland Industries, Inc. in Kernersville, North Carolina.
A supplier of industrial fabrics and textiles. Capabilities include weaving, knitting, finishing, coating, and lamination. Products include airbag fabrics.
Highland Industries, Inc. in Cheraw, South Carolina.
A supplier of industrial fabrics and textiles. Site capabilities include fabric forming and aqueous finishing.
International Automotive Components Group North America, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive cockpit modules and floor and acoustic systems and as well as instrument panels, plastic-based trim, and convertible top systems.
Invista™, Inc. in Wichita, Kansas.
A producer of premium fibers, resins and intermediates. Automotive applications include air bags, tire cord, and mechanical rubber components, etc.
ITG Automotive Safety in Greenville, South Carolina.
A supplier of flat fabric for airbags.
JX Nippon ANCI, Inc. in Kennesaw, Georgia.
A supplier of specialty nonwoven fabrics such as reinforcement mesh and cross laminated polyester nonwovens. Automotive application areas include seat reinforcement.
Kent Manufacturing Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A converter (laminating, slitting, die cutting) of adhesive coated materials. Automotive interior applications include bolster fabric attachments, carpet attachments, seat frames, storage compartment foam cushions, sunroof fabric attachments, rear view mirrors, and vanity mirrors.
Kuraray America, Inc. in Houston, Texas.
A provider of suede fabric. Applications include seats, headliners, door panels, console boxes, head rests, handles, and other interior trim.
Majilite Corporation, Inc. in Dracut, Massachusetts.
A supplier of automotive fabrics. Products include interior fabrics, fabric substrates, microfiber materials, seating fabric, synthetic leather and trim fabric. Capabilities include cast coating, custom finishing, direct coating, embossing, laminating, quilting, transfer coating, etc.
M&C Specialties Company in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
A die-cutter/converter of 3M automotive tapes, acrylic tapes, VHB products, BSR products, anti-squeak flocking, laminations, sound and vibration control products, and paint masking tapes. Applications include exterior and interior trim attachments, emblem attachment, anti-mutilation, surface protection films, shielding and conduction, anti-squeak, gaskets, under-hood labels, heat abatement, dual lock fastening, pressure sensitive adhesion, fabrics, and foams, etc.
McCarthy Group Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of spunlace and chemically bonded nonwoven materials.
Muller Textiles, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of polyester spacer fabric. Applications include air conduits for air-ventilated seating, substrate laminate for leather in bolster seat applications, instrument panels and door walls.
National-Standard Company in Niles, Michigan.
Manufactures and distributes wire and wire-related products, including tire bead wire and welding wire, wire cloth, fabricated filters, and inflator housings for the automotive air bag industry.
Newberger Brothers, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
Provides leather products for the automotive and other industries.
Nolar Industries Limited in Concord, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive nonwoven fabrics and fabric scrim. Applications include seating support fabrics, airbag drapes/skirts, hood liners and headliners. Specalizes in polypropylene, polyester, and blended fabrics in all types of web formations, eg. (pointbond, spunbond, resinbond, etc.). Capabilities include coating, laminating and sintered powder.
Olympic Products, LLC in Greensboro, North Carolina.
A manufacturer of foams and polyester fiber webs.
Pak-Lite, Inc. in Suwanee, Georgia.
A manufacturer and converter of foam and nonwoven materials for the automotive industry. Products include gaskets and parts (fleece, flocking, aluminum, felt, etc.). Expertise includes laminating, adhesives, die cutting, PSA, skiving, engineering, assembly, rotary die cutting, etc.
Polyamide High Performance, Inc. in Scottsboro, Alabama.
A supplier of seatbelt and airbag fabric yarns.
Polymer Group, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of engineered fabrics. Produces A, B, C column padding; backing for tufted carpeting; battery separators; bodywork parts; cabin air filters; carburetor filters; decorative fabric; headliner backings; headliner covering; headliner facings; headliner reinforcements; headliner substrates; hood liner facings; insulation materials; loudspeaker housing; molded fuel tanks; molded trunk liners; muffler; oil filters; package tray covering; polyurethane coated backing; reinforcements for trunk liners; seat back fabrics; seat bolster fabrics; seat construction reinforcements; seat covers; seat slip agents; sound proofing; tire reinforcement; toe kick fabrics; trunk floor covering; and trunk liners, etc.
Raybestos Powertrain, LLC in Crawfordsville, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures oil-cooled friction materials and thermosetting phenolic adhesives used primarily in automotive and heavy duty OE clutch applications. Products include automatic and powershift transmission friction plates, friction plates for wet wheel brake applications, PTO clutch plates, synchronizer clutches and torque converter clutch parts.
Sage Automotive Interiors, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina.
A supplier of automotive bodycloth. Key products include seat covers, door coverings, and headliners.
Schmidt-Bowman Company, Inc. in Berkley, Michigan.
A manufacturers representative for textiles and related products to the automotive and other industries.
Shawmut Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered composite materials. Applications include laminates for headliners, body cloths, door panels, foam-in-place and low pressure injection molded components. Also provides die cut and molded parts for door trim, load floor and other interior trim applications.
Spunfab, Ltd. in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
A supplier of adhesive fabrics and dry adhesive webs used to laminate a variety of media including nonwovens, fabrics, films, PV foams, fiberglass, PP foams, etc. Automotive applications include parcel trays, door appliqués & panels, seat parts, and flooring components, etc.
Superior Felt & Filtration, LLC in McHenry, Illinois.
A supplier of felt and filtration products. Automotive application areas include anti-squeak strips, anti-vibration pads, bearing seals, bumpers, bushings, chassis strips, gaskets, lubricators, oil retention, shock dampeners, washers, etc.
Synova Carpets, LLC in Old Fort, North Carolina.
Supplies carpeting for automotive vehicle interior applications.
TB Kawashima USA, Inc. in Lugoff, South Carolina.
A supplier of fabrics for automotive interior applications.
The Haartz Corporation in Acton, Massachusetts.
A supplier of engineered coated materials. Products include sport-utility and convertible top fabrics and moldable interior trim materials.
The Haartz Corporation in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of sport-utility and convertible top fabrics and moldable interior trim materials.
Toray Carbon Fibers America, Inc. in Flower Mound, Texas.
A supplier of polyacrylonitrile (PAN)-based carbon fiber and Teflon fibers. Products include standard modulus carbon fibers, intermediate modulus carbon fibers, high modulus carbon fibers, high-strength carbon fibers, etc.
Toyobo Kureha America Company, Ltd. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A supplier of nonwoven filter media for automotive and other applications.
Toyota Boshoku America, Inc. in Erlanger, Kentucky.
Manufactures seats, powertrain parts and other components. Products include airbag fabric, door trim, floor and dash silencers, floor mats, seat fabric, package trays, filtration and powertrain components.
Toyota Boshoku America, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Products include airbag fabric, door trim, floor and dash silencers, floor mats, seats, seat fabric, package trays, filtration and powertrain components.
Trelleborg Coated Systems US, Inc. in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
A supplier of engineered coated fabrics.
Trims Unlimited LLC in Imlay City, Michigan.
An interior soft goods supplier for cloth, vinyl and leather cut, sew, and wrap applications including lock pillars, instrument panel assemblies, instrument panel top pads, instrument cluster bezels, manual shift boots, park brake boots, head rests, A pillars, B pillars, C pillars, D pillars, seat frame covers, door bolsters, armrests and other interior components.
Tuftora Automotive Carpet, Inc. in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A manufacturer of tufted carpet for automotive applications.
UFP Technologies, Inc. in Georgetown, Massachusetts.
A designer and manufacturer of interior protective packaging solutions using molded fiber, natural fiber products, vacuum-formed plastics, and molded and fabricated foam plastics.
UGN, Inc. in Somerset, Kentucky.
Products include carpet systems and sound treatment products including engine side parts, carpet underlayment and seat upper backs.
Unifi Manufacturing, Inc. in Greensboro, North Carolina.
A producer and processor of polyester dyed yarns, and natural undyed yarns and solution dyed for the automotive interior trim (textile) trade.
Universal Fibers, Inc. in Bristol, Virginia.
A supplier of carpet fibers to the automotive and other industries.
Vita Nonwovens in High Point, North Carolina.
A supplier of automotive acoustic nonwoven fabrics, cable wrap and car seat materials.
Walco Corporation in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer and distributor of adhesive-backed products for the automotive and industrial industries. Automotive applications include noise suppression, surface protection as well as decorative uses, gasketing, mounting, joining and fastening, assembly aids and for water, light, air, and dust seals.
Walter Coke, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama.
A supplier of temperature resistant and high tensile strength slag fibers for reinforcement. Applications include friction products, gaskets, plastics, caulks, etc.
West Michigan Flocking and Assembly LLC in South Haven, Michigan.
A supplier of flocked coated products as well as flocked fabric to the automotive industry. Capabilities include injection molded plastic parts.
William T. Burnett & Company in Baltimore, Maryland.
A manufacturer of foams, polyester and polyether.
Wolverine Leathers in Rockford, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive seat and other interior leathers.