"FRP" stands for "fiber reinforced plastic". By itself, FRP is not very strong, but when combined with fiber, its strength improves dramatically. It is used across many industrieslike construction, automotive, and rail.
Because of the nature of FRP, it is difficult to shape precisely and is prone to deformation. We have spent years cultivating a diverse and highly skilled team that can match blueprints exactly to produce products that are high quality and lack deformities. The quality and precision of our FRP is unparalleled.