Saint-Gobain shuts down Devens plant

Saint-Gobain, a France-based building-materials company, has ceased operations at the former Evergreen Solar plant at 112 Barnum Road.

The company, which shared space with Clinton-based Nypro Corp., told the  Worcester Business Journal that it ended its production of components used in  LED lights sometime during the spring.

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Date: 6 August 2014

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