Just Tint Holdings Sdn Bhd
23, Jalan Harmonium 23/14,
Taman Desa Tebrau,
81100 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.

Just Tint has grown to be a leading window films company in Malaysia. We focus on building a wide range of solar films distribute and used by our customers across a broad spectrum of applications and regions, supported by an efficient supply chain management solution and our global links to distributors, we are able to provide reliable service  and product to serve our customers. We have delivered on this promise since our establishment and will continue to do so.

We maintain a large variety and quantity of window films to provide just-in-time delivery to our customers. To serve the needs of different markets that we operate within, we market some products on either an exclusive or non-exclusive arrangement under own brand and distribute other products based on private branding.

Three window film processing machines form the backbone of our production capability. The are installed with fully automated interchangeable air shalves or handle various specifications. These machines underwent three upgrades in the past decade to keep up with the stringent demands of the industry. Today, direct slitting and printing of length are the latest additions to the functions of these machines.

Our team explores the benefits of altering window film constructions to make new commercially viable products for specific markets. We participate in the product development phase of our suppliers by offering technical expertise and market feedback. Many of our high-end products are proprietary, and cost less than when compared to similar products in the market because of this continued innovation.

In-house equipment is used to simulate laboratory conditions for comprehensive testing of performance. We are one of the few companies in the industry with the ability to tabulate Visible Light, Infrared, Solar Energy and UV transmissible for comparative purpose. Quality control measures under ISO9001:2000 are implemented during product repackaging processes.