Supreme Moulding’s Enviroline range is 100% South African, made by South Africans for South Africans.

The Supreme Moulding’s Environline range is made up of polystyrene based architectural mouldings (such as skirtings and flooring profiles) and it is fully recyclable. It is also 100% South African, made by South Africans for South Africans, making these mouldings one of the most sustainable products in the country.

The company has set up its own collection and recycling facilities across South Africa and every month it processes approximately 10 000 cubic metres of materials that would have ended up in landfills. Supreme Mouldings has calculated waste recycled each month to equal about two Ellis Park rugby fields stacked one metre high with waste material.

In additional to the green benefits of the Environline product range, there are also a number of performance benefits. They are 100% waterproof, are not affected by climatic conditions such as humidity, are always in-stock and readily available and are flexible and non-toxic. The products are also termite and insect-proof and easy to install while offering consistent finishes that are in line with current décor trends.

About the company
Supreme Mouldings is a South African owned manufacturer and distributor of quality products to the flooring, construction, picture framing and décor industries. The company started as Quality Kraft in 1972 and became Supreme Mouldings in 1981 when a manufacturing arm was added. Supreme Mouldings is currently one of the major suppliers to the South African market and exports to North America, Europe, Russia, China and various countries across Africa.

The company’s distribution centres are based in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and offer a 24-hour turnaround time on local deliveries. The manufacturing plant is in East London while the company’s head office is located in Johannesburg.

For more information, contact Supreme Mouldings on +27 (11) 086 8888 or via www.suprememouldings.co.za.