KING Sports was set up as a company separate from its then parent KING Nonwovens in 2004. It specialises in the development, production and distribution of glues, adhesive tapes and stabilising fabrics under artificial turfs in sports fields and landscaping.
In 2012 KING Sports, like her three sister companies KING RootBarrier, KING Nonwovens and KING Converting, became part of KING Group. The current board consists of two members: Bart van der Hart and Jan van Leeuwen. Together they take care of the day-to-day management, policy, strategy and development of the companies. They are supported by a team of over 40 skilled staff.
What characterises KING Sports is that since 2000 it has developed into a highly innovative company that thinks along with its customers, is flexible and offers the necessary professional support. KING Sports supplies high quality, sustainable, environmentally-friendly materials and values a proper balance between corporate social responsibility, business and product development.
With this vision KING Sports has become a reliable and important player in a market comprising artificially turfed sports fields, landscaping and green areas. It offers a wide assortment of products worldwide.
KING RootBarrier is thé specialist in the development, production and distribution of durable and sustainable solutions against weeds and root pressure. A specialist that advises, supports and supplies you with the right product for the right application.
KING Nonwovens, as the name suggests, is specialized in nonwovens: a nonwoven textile consisting of synthetic or natural fibers bonded together in a mechanical or chemical way.
Specialized in the cutting and winding of, among other things, nonwovens such as spunbonded fabrics, needle felt and glass fibre fleeces.
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