KING Nonwovens 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.
Nonwovens are used, for instance, in tea bags, nappies and furniture. But they can also be found on roofs, in gardens, in cars and in bullet-proof vests.
KING Nonwovens 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 Nonwovens can supply custom-made nonwovens thanks to our winding, cutting and printing facilities. Furthermore, we have extensive knowledge of and experience in the field of coating and laminating as a result of our close cooperation with a number of coating/laminating companies.
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. Also, a partner for soil stabilisation, irrigation, and protection from moles and toads.
Specialized in the cutting and winding of, among other things, nonwovens such as spunbonded fabrics, needle felt and glass fibre fleeces.
Specialized in the development, production and distribution of glues, adhesive tapes and stabilizing fabrics.
DuPont™ Plantex® Platinium in Amsterdam-Zuidoost
Between the A2 and A9 motorways near Amsterdam KING RootBarrier, commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat (the national Department of Waterways and Public Works) has constructed a depot of ca 10,000 m2 for depositing soil contaminated by Japanese knotweed. Click here to read more.11/27/2020
Discount tree planting package
Our solution against drought, but also the innovative and biological anchoring. Take advantage of a discount on the full package now. Interested? Click here to continue reading.10/20/2020
Summer greetings from Zeewolde
For many of us, this summer isn’t like other summers. If you have any questions, please let us know, we are (still) at your service. Click here to read more.8/13/2020