RIOU Glass goes back to the source to become 'floatier'

Strengthening the partnership RIOU Glass / Saint-Gobain Glass through the modification of the Eurofloat's capital    RIOU Glass has completed the acquisition from Saint-Gobain Glass France, 50% stake in Eurofloat, a company specializing in the production of flat glass and located Salaise-sur-Sanne (Isère).

"Arial">This is supported by financial FSI (Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement).

As part of this agreement, Eurofloat is a joint production owned equally by both groups, who agree to purchase the glass makes it equally.

From left to right: Bertrand Finet (FSI), Pierre Riou (RIOU Glass) & Samir Bou Obeid (Saint-Gobain Glass France)

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Date: 26 February 2013
Source: www.riouglass.com

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