New image brochure from Saint-Gobain Deutsche Glas

With its new image booklet, Saint-Gobain Deutsche Glas GmbH continues to reposition itself as an innovative supplier of a full glass range and thus following the “Spider’s web advertisement” - “In principle, innovations come from nature, right after that from us” - is taking the next step in what is a new, fresh communication style for the glass industry.

"Grenzenlos Glas" - the new image borchure

Saint-Gobain Deutsche Glas GmbH presents itself in this brochure with its divisions: “Windows/Facades/Conservatories", “Interior Construction”, “Solar” and “Special Products made of Glass”. In addition, the themes of “Network”, “Innovation”, “Focus/Growth” and “Professionalization/Promotion of Young People” will be visualized and explained.

“Spider’s web advertisement” - “In principle, innovations come from nature, right after that from us”

600450 New image brochure from Saint-Gobain Deutsche Glas glassonweb.com

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