Light Weight
FRP can deliver more strength per unit weight than most unreinforced plastics and metals. A lightweight part can help save on installation and transportation costs.

Energy Consumption
The energy consumed in the making of FRP products is frequently less than for other materials, such as aluminum or steel.

Parts Consolidation
It is possible for a single FRP structure to replace an assembly of many parts and associated fasteners.

High Strength
FRP can be formulated in a wide range of tensile, flexural, compression, and impact strengths.

Low Tooling Cost
Tooling for FRP usually represents a very small percentage of the end product cost.

Corrosion Resistance
FRP eliminates painting and costly maintenance costs. FRP can also survive in many environments in which other materials cannot survive, including stainless steel.

Design Flexibility
FRP parts can be formed into shapes not possible in many other materials.

Low Finishing Cost
Color and surface coating can be molded within the part, in some instances reducing the finishing cost.

Molding Flexibility
A number of molding processes can be used based on specific products and volume requirements.

Dimensional Stability
Allows for several parts to be manufactured and fit together with little or no machining.