Construction towers over auto in taking to Saint-Gobain’s glass innovations

Rather than automobiles, it is the construction industry that is more open to using innovative glass products, Saint-Gobain Glass India has found.   So much so, the Indian subsidiary of the French multinational has started pitching some of its glass products as substitutes for marble and granite.

For instance, at Tril Infopark’s IT Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Chennai, Saint-Gobain has sold a new advanced, lacquered glass as a granite/marble replacement.

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600450 Construction towers over auto in taking to Saint-Gobain’s glass innovations
Date: 18 October 2013

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