Pultrusion is believed to be one of the oldest processes for manufacturing long fiber reinforced plastics. Though the process was developed bit by bit by 1970, in comparison to the other techniques of composite fabrication, the process got wide acceptance, technological development and industrial sophistication in the following years. It is also a cost-effective technique of continuous molding to deliver high volume production of cross section parts. Due to the superb consistency of cross-section, fiber distribution and resin dispersion, excellent composite structural materials are manufactured by this technique. Profiles manufactured by this process can efficiently compete with traditional metal profiles that are made of aluminum and steel, in terms of weight and strength. Apart from pultrusion method, SMC compression mold is another method of molding that is widely used in different industries.