Saint-Gobain pumps EUR 6 million into new production line at Romanian factory

Date: 17 October 2013

Saint-Gobain has invested EUR 6 million in a new laminated glass production line at its Romanian factory in Calarasi.

Recently announced by Saint-Gobain Romania General Manager Jerome Lionet, the new line is expected to create 35 jobs at the Calarasi plant.   About 80 percent of new laminated glass will go the residential market, the remaining 20 percent will go to non-residential projects including commercial and office design.Half of the new product will be sold domestically while half will be exported to Bulgaria, Turkey, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Greece and Croatia.Read more here.Saint-Gobain has invested EUR 6 million in a new laminated glass production line at its Romanian factory in Calarasi.  

Recently announced by Saint-Gobain Romania General Manager Jerome Lionet, the new line is expected to create 35 jobs at the Calarasi plant.  

About 80 percent of new laminated glass will go the residential market, the remaining 20 percent will go to non-residential projects including commercial and office design.

Half of the new product will be sold domestically while half will be exported to Bulgaria, Turkey, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Greece and Croatia.

Read more here.

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