Low & Bonar wants to speed up the rate at which proprietary technology is turned into market-adopted filtration applications.

Working directly with its BonarPure customers, the new Arnhem Centre of Expertise will incubate and test ideas based on market insights, creating and implementing prototype solutions that will enable buyers to increase speed to market with products that are fit for purpose and global scale.
“Our goal is to partner with our customers, identify their unmet needs and develop a better quality, personalised solution that improves the performance of their end products,” said Low & Bonar CEO Brett Simpson. “Our customers face evolving challenges, from population increases to the growing scarcity of resources such as clean air and water. With their input and feedback, we hope to get results that make a positive impact on the quality of life of those living with and using products containing our materials.”