Why Netex?

We design, build and install the world’s most advanced sports netting systems

In 1997, when Netex brought six generations of net-building expertise to the sports netting industry, our goal was simple: to build a better sports net. Since then, we’ve not only built a better net, we’ve built a better system. We focused on the details – from durability to visibility – developed installation methods that made our nets last longer and look better, and designed net support structures that lead the industry for clean, low-maintenance design and flexible application.

We offer a complete solution: engineering, installation, equipment

With the launch of Netex Engineered Sports Structures (Netex ESS) in 2019, we now offer our clients a complete engineering design, supply, and installation solution – using netting and net support structures that are stronger and more durable than other systems on the market. Due to the way we design our systems, they are the most low-maintenance system on the market with the widest available spans between poles!

From design to install, Netex offers more than 50 years of combined experience in sport netting and engineered net support structures.

To give you the convenience of one-stop purchasing, Netex can also supply sport turf, infield clay, LED lighting, and sports equipment for your baseball field, golf course, training facility, or playing field in Canada, the US, Australia and Asia. Wherever we see a need, or a way to do things better, we work to create a solution that will keep your game in play.Get a Quote

We’re trusted by the pros to do the job right

You’ll find our products on the field with Major and Minor League Baseball teams such as the Anaheim Angels, the Tacoma Rainiers, and the Vancouver Canadians. We’re also on the training grounds of the Vancouver Whitecaps Major League Soccer (MLS) team.  And we’re on golf courses around the world, including Australia’s Royal Melbourne Golf Club and Metropolitan Golf Club, hosts of the 2019 President’s Cup, and 2018 PGA World Cup of Golf, respectively.