KING Nonwoven Products was established in early 2000 by its owners, Bart van der Hart and Jan van Leeuwen. As the name suggests, the company is specialised in nonwovens: textile produced using a technologically advanced process and consisting of synthetic and/or natural fibres that are linked to each other mechanically and/or chemically.
KING has many years of experience in the different markets where nonwovens are applied. Therefore we are in an excellent position to respond to the various preferences of our customers.
KING Nonwoven Products is a trade name of KING Holding B.V.
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.
KING Sports is specialized in the development, production and distribution of adhesives, adhesive tapes, and stabilizing fabric for under artificial turf on sports fields and landscaping.
We would like to inform you that due to Christmas holidays we will be closed from 24 to 31 December 2021. We wish you Happy Holidays and all the best for 2022!12/3/2021
Tip of the week: Living in a green town
The green spaces of the Rembrandt Park in Amsterdam are worth more than € 33 million. For the construction of tower blocks in this neighbourhood, the green would be sacrificed. Click here to read more.8/20/2021
Tip of the week: Clean air
Temperatures on earth are rising because of climate change. As a result we shall increasingly have to cope with drought, heat stress, excess water and flooding. Green gardens keep the house cool on hot summer days and absorb moisture when it rains, so that sewers do not overflow. Click here to read more.7/21/2021