When it comes to precision-made thermoformed automotive accessories, the main name in the industry is EGR. Of course, EGR did not rise to the apex of success overnight. It took decades of dedicated work for EGR to perfect the fine art of sculpting custom-molded accessories. The story of EGR began back in 1973. That's the year that EGR first opened for business. You see, EGR took the advice that Dustin Hoffman ignored in The Graduate: that plastics are the future. Back in the early days, EGR was focused on building better display cases and other products out of a light plastic.
From there, EGR branched out into other fields, and they found a niche in aftermarket automotive accessories. Bug deflectors became EGR's flagship accessory. Custom-crafted to hug the contours of your front end, an EGR bug deflector looks sleek while safeguarding your auto from kamikaze bugs.
These days, EGR has grown into a truly global juggernaut. More than 850 employees punch in on EGR time clocks every morning, and nearly 50 automotive manufacturers contract with EGR to build stock accessories. From body kits to headlight guards, EGR builds some of the finest parts on the road.