Low & Bonar acquires green roof system integrator XeroFlor for € 5.95 million

Last month, Low & Bonar group announced the acquisition of XeroFlor – one of the leading green roof systems manufacturers in the world, for € 5.95 million. Low & Bonar manufactures geosynthetic membranes and fibers that are used as waterproof membranes or drainage fabrics in green roof systems. Xero...

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