Fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) (also fibre-reinforced polymer) is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibres. The fibres are usually glass, carbon, oraramid, although other fibres such as paper or wood or asbestos have been sometimes used. The polymer is usually an epoxy, vinylester or polyester thermosetting plastic, and phenol formaldehyde resins are still in use. FRPs are commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, marine, and construction industries. Composition of FRP: Composites are composed of Resins, reinforcements, fillers and additives. The primary functions of the resin are to transfer stress between the reinforcing fibers, act as a glue to hold the fibers together, and protect the fibers from mechanical and environmental damage. The most common resins used in the production of FRP grating are polyesters (including gorthophthalic ortho and isophthalic iso), vinyl esters and phenolics. The primary function of fibers or reinforcements is to carry load along the length of the fiber to provide strength and stiffness in one direction. Reinforcements can be oriented to provide tailored properties in the direction of the loads imparted on the end product. The largest volume reinforcement is glass fiber. Fillers are used to improve performance and reduce the cost of a composite by lowering compound cost of the significantly more expensive resin and imparting benefits as shrinkage control, surface smoothness, and crack resistance. Additives and modifier ingredients expand the usefulness of polymers, enhance their process ability or extend product durability. Each of these constituent materials or ingredients plays an important role in the processing and final performance of the end product. Market Scenario: The global market for Reinforced Plastics is forecast to reach 7.9 million tons by the year 2017, bolstered by renewed demand from major end-use sectors and robust demand from European and Asia Pacific markets. Further, rapidly evolving renewable energy markets such as wind energy are emerging as the most promising growth areas for Reinforced Plastics. Demand for natural fiber composites are largely driven by increasing environmental awareness. Due to low cost, low density, acceptable specific properties, ease of separation, enhanced energy recovery, CO2 neutrality, biodegradability and recyclable properties, natural fiber use in composites is gaining as demand grows for component materials that are durable, reliable, and lightweight, with mechanical properties better than those of traditional materials. To know about the top continent in terms of total NFC consumption; the emerging, future markets, emerging applications with significant growth potential, industry challenges, etc, read Total global natural fiber composite market expected to grow at 11% CAGR till 2016. At the end of 2010, the market for composite products reached an estimated US$50 billion.