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Why Armstrong Is Unique

Having 40 years of experience in design innovation, process refinement and cost effective solutions, the strong commitment to continuous improvement has enabled Armstrong to become Asia’s leading solution provider in fabrication. Our strategic presence, strong global network as well as one-stop integrated solutions provision have made us unique for the customers we serve.

1 Asian Footprint

We have a strategic footprint with 18 locations positioned at major production hubs across 7 countries in Asia to ensure proximity to our customers as well as manage geographic risk for our customers. By being situated near to our customers, we are enabled to consistently provide an effective and efficient service.


2 Strategic Global Network

A key strategic pillar for Armstrong is to develop alliances with countries worldwide to step up our technical competency capabilities. As a fabricator, we are not limited by material options. We have access to a wide network of innovative materials sourced worldwide including USA, Europe, Japan, Taiwan, China and local manufacturers for a broad spectrum of applications. At Armstrong, we believe such cross-border, multi-cultural integrated co-development will benefit all our customers.

Europe – Germany

Odenwald-Chemie (est. since 1949)

A leading partner to German Automotive OEMs

Armstrong Odenwald is a joint-venture between Armstrong and Odenwald. Visit  for more information

Philippine (est. since 1947)

Well established Automotive supplier with a wide range of innovative products

Europe – Spain

PlusFelt (est. since 2012)

A manufacturer of felts used for acoustic and thermal insulation based on natural and 100% recyclable materials

North America – Canada

KristoFOAM (est. since 1981)

One of North America’s leading supplier of custom foam fabrication products

South Asia – India

Indica (est. since 1986)

A key component supplier to Global Customers in India

East Asia – Japan

Inoac (est. since 1926)

A global supplier to the automotive industry and a world leader in the field of polymer chemistry

3 The Only Fabricator with a wide range of Technical Capabilities

As the only fabricator in Asia with a wide range of technical capabilities, Armstrong is able to combine the different know-hows of innovative process technologies with material properties to offer the best solution in NVH applications. As part of our lean manufacturing practice, we ensure cutting-edge quality throughout our design, development and manufacturing solutions. Combined with our extensive expertise in process technology, Armstrong is well positioned to help customers meet the challenges of NVH in tomorrow’s world.

Process Technology

Rubber Moulding

As part of our Innovation Playground, Armstrong has in-house R&D capabilities to formulate optimal and unique formulations of rubber. The rubber fabrication process encompasses Transfer Moulding, Compression Moulding, Injection Moulding and Hybrid Injection Moulding. Producing more than 2 million parts daily, our technical know-how enables us to produce not only large rubber parts, as well as complicated micro rubber parts with tight tolerance of +/-0.05mm.

Precision Die-Cutting

Using metal tool stamping, wood-based tooling & ABS-based tooling, our die cutting capabilities range from parts as small as a 5 mm diameter with tight tolerance levels of +/- 0.05mm. Our precision die cutting capabilities encompasses Multi-Cavity Production & Auto Deflashing, Multi-Layer Ultra-Thin Thickness Cutting, Full Cut and Kiss Cut.

Reaction Injection Moulding

A short cycle process that mixes two or more reactants, typically Isocyanide and Polyol to be chemically expanded and cured. The end product is stable, strong, flexible and lightweight. It will be chemically resistant, physically tough and wear resistant; an excellent choice for components produced in low volume quantities.

Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) Moulding

This environmental friendly technology injects pre-compressed EPP beads into a pre-heated mould to be fused together under steam, heat and pressure to form the desired design. The end product is light-weight and can encompass intricate curves, tight corners and shapes.

Heat Press Forming

A high volume, high pressure moulding technique utilised for moulding both large and small 3D thermoplastic foam parts with complex feature requirements.

Compression Forming

A fast and efficient forming process utilised only for requirements of thinner cross section parts up to 25 mm, mainly for PE or EVA foam.

Vacuum Forming

A production choice to produce a uniform thin wall of 3D hollow parts of various materials that realise the design aesthetics in short lead time.

Twinsheet Thermoforming

A thermoforming process that creates 3D hollow PE foam parts with formed features on both sides with no secondary bonding required.

Sandwich System

The technology to weld different materials such as non-woven fabric and foams etc, all into one component.

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