Saint-Gobain inaugurates new float plant in India

Saint-Gobain’s new Indian plant will be inaugurated by CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on 28 January.

Float glass manufacturer Saint-Gobain’s third float glass plant unit at Sriperumbudur in Kancheepuram district will be inaugurated by CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on 28 January according to a company release.

The Sriperumbudur factory complex, which is referred to as World Glass Complex, has two float glass plants with a total capacity of 1,500 tonnes per day.

The new plant will expand its facility further and boost production. The company had already written a memorandum of understanding with Tamil Nadu government during 2015 Global Investors Meet to invest in the State. The factory is one of its kind as it is a fully integrated plant making value-added glass products.

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