Saint Gobain to set up new production line

Saint Gobain Glass India, the Indian subsidiary of the French multinational, is investing another Rs 100 crore for setting up a new production line to manufacture a high-end heat reflective glass.

Addressing a press conference, R Subramanium, National Manager - Sales & Marketing, said that this new production line would be ready by October, this year.

He was in the city to launch a range of Sun Ban Reflective Glasses. Saint Gobain is currently marketing three ranges of Sun Ban Reflective Glasses. These are Reflectasol, Cool-Lite and Antelio. While the first one is produced in India, the rest are imported from the company's manufacturing units in Europe.

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600450 Saint Gobain to set up new production line
Date: 17 May 2006

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