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Playground Equipment for play areas, parks and sport areas | Outdoor Playground Equipment

  • Matched Funding Competition

    KOMPAN have just launched their annual matched funding competition for new play or fitness equipment.

  • KOMPAN Factory Visit

    The KOMPAN England and Wales sales team had the opportunity to visit the KOMPAN play, sport and fitness manufacturing facility in Brno, Czech Republic.

  • MOMENTS Mini Product Range Now Available!

    Maximum play value with the new product range for 1 to 6 year olds

  • Westfield Shopping Center Opening Day

    On 25th October 2016, Westfield Stratford City Shopping Center officially opened their biodiversity playground.

  • Meadowbank Playground Grand Opening

    When KOMPAN’s design proved to be the favourite following the submission of hundreds of voting forms by the public in March this year, the installation of Meadowbank Playground began!

  • Fair Play - Play Equipment Price Reduction Initative

    Make shrinking budgets go further

  • KOMPAN INDOOR FLEX furniture wins Red Dot Design Award 2016

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    In February 2016 we introduced our indoor furniture system INDOOR FLEX which has been awarded for its outstanding “Innovative Design for Children Furniture”.

  • New kids on the Bloqx

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    KOMPAN Bloqx is a large, modular and geometrically-shaped climbing product for outdoor playgrounds that provides multi-challenges for schoolchildren and teenagers. Pictured here is KOMPAN’s new Senior Management Team superimposed on a Bloqx installation at a playground in Cheltenham, England.

  • New Training Solution from KOMPAN

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    Every day KOMPAN meets customers all over the world that are challenged with rapid urbanisation and today’s sedentary lifestyles, leaving communities and citizens with alarmingly low levels of physical activity. Globally over 39% of all adults and over 80% of adolescents in industrialized countries fail to meet even the minimum amount of WHO’s physical activity recommendations. The financial burden of inactivity related health issues, dependency and lost productivity are creating even more pressure on already tight public budgets.