Saint-Gobain Glass em Portugal

Saint-Gobain Glass manufactures environmentally friendly glass for a range of applications.

As one of the worlds leading flat glass manufacturers, Saint-Gobain Glass has been manufacturing innovative glass solutions for the UK and Irish markets since the opening of our award winning factory in April 2000.

 

Based in Eggborough, North Yorkshire, we are strategically located to manufacture and supply our customers with technically advanced products. Our continued investment in human and capital resources has led to our facility been voted “Britain’s Best Factory 2005” and “Britain’s Best Processing Plant 2008”. This state of the art facility was the first of its kind in the UK and reaffirms SGGUK’s commitment to the developing needs of the customer. As Saint-Gobain Glass UK moves into its second decade, we continue to invest in our plant and commitment to supply innovative products to the construction and renovation markets.

 

 

We are dedicated in our commitment to sustainable development and were awarded a BCE (Business Commitment to the Environment) in 2006 for our innovative Cullet Recycling Scheme.

 

“At Saint-Gobain Glass we place environmental concerns, the needs of the local community and our workforce, firmly at the top of our agenda.”

 

Pierre Lucien-Brun, Managing Director Saint-Gobain Glass UK

 

Our VISION

 

“To be the trusted leader for innovative glass solutions, creating beautiful and sustainable environments we want to live in.”

Our MISSION

 

We strive to be the glass manufacturer of choice. We are driven to offer great products and services, putting the customer at the centre of everything we do, to provide solutions you can’t get elsewhere. We do this by getting the best from our people and continuously improving the way we run our business.

 

At a glance:
 

• Float glass plant opened, April 2000
• Magnetron coater commissioned, July 2004
• Laminating line added, November 2005
• Daily production capacity, 650 tonnes
• Voted “Britain’s Best Factory” 2005