King Canopy Vision
Since 1940, King Canopy has grown from a small family business to be a leader in the supply of Shade and Shelter products to the World. We are a dedicated team operating with traditional values and respect for the quality and integrity of each of our products.
Those experiences have taught us that change and business challenges are inevitable. We also learned that hard work, honesty, quality, and integrity are eternal.
Today’s King Canopy consumer expects the same level of quality and dependability. We strive to always remember that our customers are our #1 priority. Through progressive approaches in product design, packaging, and distribution we pride ourselves on our ability to constantly meet the needs of the marketplace in ways that set us apart from the competition.
Our mission is to manufacture products that will provide the highest level of protection from the elements for your family, your boat, RTV, craft show items, or anything else that requires shelter from the outside world.
We care about quality... some things do not change. It’s family commitment we made over sixty years ago that still guides us today.
Tarpaflex, a leading provider of polyethylene tarpaulins, dust sheets, and other polyethylene products, was founded in the mid eighties by Robert and Grethe Page. Together, they used their twenty-plus years of business and sales experience to turn Tarpaflex into an international supplier of polyethylene tarps and products
While working as a senior sales representative for Ruberoid Building Products, Robert was offered a position as sales manager for Kiwi Trolley Bags, a company that manufactured blue, polyethylene woven bags. Under Robert's management, sales increased drastically, with the bags being sold in most major supermarkets
Eventually sales levelled off due to market saturation, and Robert saw an opportunity for the company to expand its polyethylene business. He proposed that the company begin selling waterproof polyethylene garden furniture covers, as well as blue and green poly tarpaulins targeted towards the construction industry. Ultimately, the company decided it couldn't take the risk, but Robert and his wife, Grethe saw an opportunity too good to let go.