Access trade foam suppliers from Rubbarite; leading UK converter

Foam and rubber make up one of the UK's largest manufacturing sectors. They underpin a plethora of industries including automotive, aerospace, construction, healthcare, energy and more, serving large multinationals, mid-tier enterprises to your local garage. Foam and rubber's uses vary from critical OEM components, raw material sheeting to value-added goods such as case foam inserts, but can come in a variety of converted shapes.

The diverse nature of the foam industry can make life difficult for those trying to source the right supplier for your business's needs. For many, value is found is choosing trade foam converters, such as Rubbarite. Trade foam converters can act as your foam supplier, manufacturer or source of industry knowledge when traversing through the various densities, hardnesses, grades and additive of foam.

Those seeking a flexible and reliable source of foam are suited to speak directly with our parent company, Rubbarite. Rubbarite are an independent, family-run rubber, foam and plastic converter with full primary (cutting, splitting) and secondary (routering, die-cut pressing) conversion services. Operating as an independent converter allows customers to recieve full access to all the commodity and specialist material in the market under a consolidated, "umbrella" supply of open cell polyurethane foam, closed cell polyethylene foam (including the popular Plastazote foam grades), solid rubber, sponge rubber and adhesives.

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