Suppliers of various foam materials used to manufacture automotive components.
3M Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Provides elastomers for shock, vibration, noise and cushioning applications including acoustical absorption and barrier, damping, isolation, sealing and gasketing.
Adchem Corporation in Riverhead, New York.
A manufacturer of film and foam bonding adhesive tape systems. Automotive applications include under-hood, in-cabin and under-carriage.
AFTECH Advanced Fabricating Technology, LLC in Rockford, Michigan.
A supplier of plastic, foams and pressure sensitive tapes. Product application areas include gaskets, anti-squeak, anti-rattle, packaging, exterior trim, body side molding, mirrors, nameplates, protective films, interior trim, sound deadening, washers, etc. Processes include die cutting, stamping, laminating, slitting/rewinding, etc.
Ainak, Inc. in Winchester, Kentucky.
Specializes in rubber products, including general and precision molding products, functional seals, diaphragms, grommets, boots, o-rings, and bushings. Also supplies thermoplastic molding parts, rubber, sponge, and polyurethane foam products.
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.
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.
Bayer Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of polyurethane coatings raw materials, engineering thermoplastics, polyurethane systems, composites, nanomaterials and raw materials, and systems and raw materials for coatings, adhesives and sealants. Automotive applications include headlamps, polycarbonate glazing, body panels, front and rear systems, interior trim and paint and coatings.
Birchwood Laboratories, Inc. in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A supplier of ultra-thin liquid membrane padding. Automotive application areas include seat cushions, steering wheels, arm rests and seat covers.
Bridgestone APM Company in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Specializes in the design, development and manufacture of vibration isolation, energy absorbing pads and foam seating components for the automotive industry. Products include urethane seat foam and urethane foam energy absorbing pads.
Chemque, Inc. in Rexdale, Ontario.
A manufacturer of specialty high performance polymers. Products are primarily two-component or moisture curing systems, including epoxy, polyurethane, silicone, hybrid resins as well a patented foam-in-place gasketing technology. These polymers are used for adhesives, clear coating trim, BSR abatement, electronic potting/encapsulation and foam-in-place gasketing.
Coastal Automotive in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of energy management materials such as extruded polystyrene energy-absorbing foams.
ContiTech North America, Inc. in Montvale, New Jersey.
A supplier of air spring systems, elastomer coatings, fuel hoses, hoses and hose assemblies for heating/cooling systems, belt drive systems and vibration control products.
Covestro, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of raw materials for foam polyuurethane as well as coating and adhesive applications.
Creative Foam Corporation in Fenton, Michigan.
A fabricator of cellular plastic automotive parts. Fabricating processes include die cut, compression, fusion and vacuum forming. Also supplies parts with adhesive applied and parts which have assembled fasteners. Capabilities include design services.
Creative Foam Corporation in Athens, Tennessee.
Site activities include die cutting of foam products such as gaskets, seals, pads, acoustical trim as well as water and dust shielding.
DATA2 Corporation in St. Louis, Missouri.
Provides solutions for applications involving precision die-cut parts, preprinted bar code labels and blank labels. Products include attachment tape die-cuts with extended liner tabs, BSR die-cut foams, foam gaskets, and die-cut flexible parts and labels. Automotive applications include ID solutions for tire manufacturing.
Deccofelt Corporation in Glendora, California.
A supplier of adhesives, laminating felts, fabrics, vinyls, and D/C tapes, etc.
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.
Dow Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of acoustical and thermal management systems, structural enhancement systems, structural and acoustical foams, glass bonding systems, sealing systems, structural adhesives, reinforcing composites, injection-molded dash mats, injection-molded engine covers and barriers, damping and sound absorption, etc.
Fostek Corporation in Bedford, Virginia.
A manufacture of continuous roll plastic & rubber blended closed-cell foams.
Freudenberg-NOK General Partnership in Plymouth, Michigan.
Powertrain products including engine and transmission sealing products, air/fuel delivery modules, noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) modules. Chassis products including NVH modules, suspension components, bushings and mounts, axle and bearing seals, rubber, plastic and PTFE components for steering, brake, electrical and fuel packages.
FXI - Foamex Innovations in Novi, Michigan.
A polyurethane foam producer for automotive seating, headliner, door panel, and carpet applications.
FXI - Foamex Innovations in Media, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of polyurethane foam cushioning products. Applications include dashboards, interiors, seats, noise and vibration reduction and filtration media.
Gaska Tape, Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
Manufactures patented polymeric series foam tape. Provides gasketing material to control buzz, rattle, and squeak issues. Applications include outside mirrors, dashboards, quarter windows, spoilers, tail lights, door protectors, waist line molding, wheel caps and license plates.
Grede Holdings, LLC in Bessemer, Alabama.
Produces foam patterned components.
Henniges Automotive North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A sealing solutions provider specializing in isolation of vehicle interior systems from outside environments to eliminate wind noise, water leaks and emission intrusion. Product areas include sealing, encapsulated glass systems and vibration control. Applications include doors, windows, trunks, liftgates, sunroofs and hoods.
HP Pelzer Automotive Systems, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of acoustic and trim components for automotive applications. Products include engine compartment & exterior components (engine encapsulation, outer tunnel insulators, hood insulators, outer dash insulators, wheelhouse liners, and fender insulators), trunk trim (load floor assembly, spare tire covers, molded carpet, and deck lid trim), interior trim (molded carpet, foam-in-place technologies, package trays, cab back panels, and accessory mats), and insulation components (inner dash, floor, rear seat, A-B-C pillars, and deadeners). Site functions include sales, research, acoustics, prototyping and accounting.
InfiChem Polymers, LLC in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of recycled polyurethane foam-based polyols for polyurethane applications such as seating and trim, acoustical insulation, seals & gaskets, etc.
INOAC USA, Inc. in Florence, Kentucky.
A supplier of urethane foam and automotive components.
Integrated Manufacturing and Assembly, LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
a manufacturer of automotive vehicle seat cushion foam.
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.
Jacobs & Thompson, Inc. in Weston, Ontario.
A supplier of engineered foam products such as tapes/rotary die cuts/with or without adhesive, open cell polyurethane, closed cell PVC, felts 3M transfer and acrylic foam tapes, and micro cellular polyurethane (PORON). Capabilities include in-house adhesive coating. Automotive application areas include cup holders bin mats, glove box liners, trunk liners, cable wraps, air management seals, mirror patches, pillar insulation, squeaks and rattle prevention, and emblem and trim adhesion.
Jaeger-Unitek Sealing Solutions, Inc. in LaPorte, Indiana.
A manufacturer of automotive seals. Applications include trunks, windows, doors etc. Provides rubber and thermoplastics parts including diecut, molded, co-molded, extruded and co-extruded, and vacuum forms PP and metallocine.
JSP International, LLC in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered plastic foams. Automotive application areas include bumper systems, door panels, center consoles, pillars, seating systems, side impact protection, instrument panels, carpet underlayers, visors, headrests, ductwork insulation, etc.
NOVA Chemicals Corporation in Calgary, Alberta.
A supplier of engineered polyurethane systems with automotive applications for sound insulation, composites and structural foam, seating, armrests, headrests, steering wheels, coatings and adhesives.
Novagard Solutions, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of polyvinyl chloride foam (PVC) for use in gasketing and noise reduction as well as silicone adhesive and sealants, including single component, two component and UV cure materials for use in gasketing, coating, encapsulating and bonding plus silicone greases and compounds.
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.
Palziv North America in Louisburg, North Carolina.
A producer of cross-linked polyethylene foam-based products.
Plastomer Corporation in Livonia, Michigan.
A manufacturer of flexible polyurethane foams for automotive seating, headrest, gasket, seal and sound insulation applications. Also provides adhesive backed products made of foams, rubber, PET, EPDM, PVN, die cut, molded or cut to shape.
Poco Graphite, Inc. in Decatur, Texas.
A manufacturer of thermal management materials. Products include PocoFoam (a lightweight, thermally conductive cellular foam) and Poco HTC (a porous graphite with properties that include high strength, high thermal resistance, sound adsorption, and RF shielding, and chemically inert). Applications include heat sinks, exchangers and evaporative cooling substrates.
Polymer Technologies, Inc. in Newark, Delaware.
A manufacturer and supplier of acoustical composites for the control of noise and structural vibration. Capabilities include foam fabrication, waterjet cutting, molding. Automotive applications include HVAC, engine compartments, flooring, firewalls and body shells.
PressCut Industries, Inc. in Carrollton, Texas.
A supplier of gaskets, EMI/RFI shielding, die cut parts and molded rubber components for applications such as brake valves, power steering, transmissions, air conditioners, and electronics, etc.
Rampf Group, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A polyurethane material supplier for encapsulating and foam-in-place gasketing. A meter, mix and dispensing equipment manufacturer for dispensing polyurethane, silicone, epoxy, and adhesives. Provides work cells for robotic dispensing, part handling automation and material for foam-in-place gasketing and electronics potting applications. Also offers contract manufacturing for programs involving polyurethane dispensing.
Reade Advanced Materials in Providence, Rhode Island.
A SDVOSB manufacturer and custom processor of specialty chemical solids (metal, mineral, ceramic, composite, conductive, magnetic, powder, strip, wire, nanoparticle, metal foam, ceramic foam, natural fibers, additives, reinforcements, processing, blending, packaging).
Recticel Interiors North America, LLC in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Produces polyurethane foam products.
Rogers Corporation in Rogers, Connecticut.
A specialty materials manufacturer. Products supplied to the automotive industry include silicone, polyurethane and polyolefin foams and electroluminesecent lamps and drivers. Applications include seals, gaskets, watershields and backlighting for dashboards and PRNDL's.
Rogers Corporation in Carol Stream, Illinois.
A supplier of cellular, solid and specialty silicone materials produced in roll-stock. Applications include gaskets, heat shields, fire stops, seals, cushions and insulation for automotive and other industrial applications.
Rogers Foam Corporation in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of polyurethane and polyethylene foam parts. Automotive application areas include carbon canister and cabin air filters, HVAC seals, NVH, and acoustics.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corporation in Wayne, New Jersey.
A supplier of advanced film products, bonding tapes, foam seals, foam tapes, bonding tapes, fluid handling hose and tube, machined and molded fluoropolymers, cable lining, foam gaskets, bearing and wear products, Norglide bearings, etc.
Sekisui Voltek, LLC in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
A supplier of cross linked, closed-cell polyolefin foams. Automotive applications include headliners & interior trim, gaskets, vacuum forming, low pressure molding and watershields, etc.
Sika Automotive in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A manufacturer of sealants and adhesives. Applications include acoustic, bonding, reinforcing and sealing from body in white through the paint shop and trim area. Offers full acoustic testing to optimize vehicle acoustic performance. Capabilities include material bench marketing, prototype development, product validation, performance optimization and analytical prediction.
Sonoco Products Company in Hartsville, South Carolina.
Automotive products include molded foam components, carpet & fabric cores, returnable dunnage, pallets, racking, and injection molded components.
Technicon Industries, Inc. in Concord, North Carolina.
A supplier of acoustical foams and other acoustical materials.
The Woodbridge Group in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of polyurethane foam products such as seating foam, safety energy-absorbing (EA) foam, acoustical foam, headliner foam and laminate foams.
The Woodbridge Group in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of polyurethane foam products for the automotive industry, specializing in seat cushioning and safety energy absorbing (EA) foams. Provides research and development, testing, as well as assembly and sequence services for interior systems.
THIEME Corporation in St. Charles, Illinois.
Specializes in polyurethane products such as occupant safety components, class A surface interior trim, impact foam parts, custom RIM parts as well as internal plant logistics containers for the automotive industry.
TI Automotive, Ltd. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of fluid storage, carrying, and delivery systems, vapor management systems and hydro-formed components. Products include gasoline direct-injection and diesel fuel lines and rails as well as fluid carrying lines for turbocharger coolant systems.
Toray Plastics (America), Inc. in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Manufactures OPP and PET films and polyolefin foam. Automotive application areas include bi-laminates for door and instrument panels.
Toray Plastics (America), Inc. in Front Royal, Virginia.
A supplier of polyethylene and polypropylene foams.
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.
UFP Technologies, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides solutions for filtering, gasketing, acoustical and packaging with flexible foam. Automotive applications include air cleaners, filters, gaskets, insulation, and sound absorption.
Uniseal, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.
A manufacturer of custom designed automotive products including sealants, adhesives, cellular foam products, thermoplastics and structural reinforcements. Facilities include research and development laboratories.
Wacker Chemical Corporation in Adrian, Michigan.
A supplier of silicone fluids, silicone rubbers & silicone resins, silanes and fumed silica.
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.
William T. Burnett & Company in Baltimore, Maryland.
A manufacturer of foams, polyester and polyether.
Windsor Machine & Stamping Ltd. in LaSalle, Ontario.
Designs, engineers and integrates headrest frames and assemblies using wire products, tubular components, stampings, foam, fabric and plastic parts to produce assembled headrests. Other products include seating components, upper and lower exhaust hangers and assemblies, modular assemblies, structural brackets and braces.
Wise Industries, Inc. in Old Hickory, Tennessee.
An extruder of polyolefin foams that can been thermoformed into light-weight, structural parts. Fabrication capabilities include flame laminating, die cutting, compression molding, sonic welding, design and engineering.
Woodbridge Foam Corporation in Lithonia, Georgia.
Woodbridge Foam Corporation in Kitchener, Ontario.
A custom molder of particle bead foam plastics products such as energy-absorbing substrates for impact countermeasures, custom and proprietary protective packaging materials. Automotive applications include head impact components, sun visors, headliners, trunk components, tool trays, bumper cores, underbody components, side impact components, door panels, knee impact components, instrument panels, etc.