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For several months, while the world has been going through an unprecedented crisis, Saint-Gobain employees have been committed to its success and to serving others.
The result of cooperation between several Saint-Gobain entities, the health protection glass range has been extended to cover numerous protection situations.
Did you Know? Saint-Gobain has its own archive department! Based in Blois, close to Paris, it is the " Memory " of the Saint-Gobain Group, from its creation in 1665 to the present day. A goldmine of archived information that, when put together, could make the round of Paris three times over!
Disabled customers at the British distribution brand, JP Corry, now receive personalized attention when they use the new “Just a minute” mobile app.
In Norway, the Optimera brand together with construction, recycling and research companies are working on a new set of standards for building sites. The aim is to achieve zero waste.
For years, Saint-Gobain has been taking measures in favor of the environment. This commitment is materialized on every sites where Saint-Gobain is established and operates at all levels: recovery waste, reduction of water discharges, etc. Discover some of our key facts.
Under the leitmotiv #Feeling Good Doing Good, it covers the Group's recent news and its areas of development, and is enriched with interviews and testimonials from employees and experts.
This intriguing building in Manchester, built using Saint-Gobain glass, timber and cascading vegetation, illustrates how city and nature can coexist.
The ISOVER plant in Lucens has reached a new milestone in its progress towards environmental protection. It now uses CO2-neutral gas for its industrial process heating.
David Molho is CEO of Saint-Gobain in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Despite that region having been relatively spared by Covid-19, he tells us how the pandemic has accelerated innovation and disrupted some routines.