Saint-Gobain divests some glass processing facilities in France

Saint-Gobain divests some glass processing facilities in France
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Date: 2 September 2022

Saint-Gobain announces the closing of the sale of Saint-Gobain Glassolutions Grand Ouest glass processing business to a group of private investors, led by former Saint-Gobain managers.

This business, which operates in glass processing in the North-West region of France and glass installation in France, generated sales of around €60 million in 2021 and employs 420 people.

This operation is part of Saint-Gobain’s continued business profile optimization strategy, consistent with the “Grow & Impact” plan objectives. It enables Saint-Gobain in France to focus its investments on innovative solutions for sustainable construction, with for instance the recent commercial launch of low carbon glass offer, or the recycling of glass in a closed loop system.

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