Weber has opened a new admixture manufacturing plant in Ghana as part of its plan to strengthen operations in the West African Region. The new plant is situated at Tema Community 3, near the main shipping harbour. Weber has been active in Ghana since July 2015, and the factory went online on 15th April 2016. The plant will produce all types of concrete admixtures products and will employ indigenous internal quality control measures to ensure product integrity and the maintenance of standards. The main uses of the products are in residential and commercial buildings, Thermal plants and ports extension.
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Weber.deko pure” is the first Weber product offering an air purifying function based on scavenger technology. This new product makes it possible to reduce Formaldehyde concentration in indoor air by 90%, as proven during tests according to ISO 16000-23. As well as actively removing Formaldehyde, weber.deko pure was also shown to emit low levels of VOC, and meets the requirements of the best emission class (A+) as described by the French standard 321-2011. This new product has earned the Weber atmoCare logo, which is reserved for products able to guarantee good air quality, and which bring direct benefit to people living and working in buildings where the products are used.
This programme has been managed by Weber since 2005. It aims to improve the quality of community life through renovating and improving degraded public spaces. Over the last 10 years, Weber has completed more than 500 artist-designed murals around the country, involving more than 5000 people – including neighbours, Weber staff, distributors and craftspeople.
Saint-Gobain is one of eight companies worldwide to receive this certification delivered by Top Employers Institute, an independent body that studies corporate human resources practices. Saint-Gobain stands out, in particular, for the close attention the company pays to talent management and skills development but also for its corporate culture.
Last November, following Weber’s 100% purchase of the Mortar Utama company, all 500 employees were introduced to Weber’s culture, value and strategy via a full Weberation event.
Weber’s new plant in Wuhan, in the East of China, is now open – bringing the total number of factories in the country to four. The new plant, which is a brand new model compact design factory, continues our strategy to improve coverage in China and to get closer to our customers.
Weber Slovakia co-organised and sponsored a 5km run named “You can’t run from colour’. With an accompanying programme organised by the Slovakian Paralympic Board as well as activities including music, dancing and face painting, it was targeted at Weber employees and end users.
Architects Jon and Naiara Montero were asked to convert the Tabakalera tobacco factory (a landmark in San Sebastian built in 1913) into an art factory.
Saint-Gobain is an official sponsor of the 21st yearly session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which will be held in Paris (France) from November 30, to December 11. Participants hope to reach a new international agreement on climate, applicable to all countries, with a view to containing global warming below 2°C. Saint-Gobain is reiterating its commitment to environmental protection and reasserting its aim of becoming the reference for sustainable habitat.
In the Occasion of the 350 Anniversary of Saint-Gobain, Sodamco-Weber Lebanon, Syria and Jordan alongside the central team gathered and planted 350 cedars sapling in Tannourine natural reserve in the northern mountains of Lebanon. A guided walk through the reserve was on the itinerary allowing everyone to discover the wonders of the forest with a brief on its history and preservation.
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