Weber has just opened its first plant in Vietnam located at Ho Chi Minh City. It occupies 10,000 m² of offices and production areas. This new plant reflects Saint-Gobain’s strategy to accelerate its growth in emerging countries and will help strengthen Weber’s leading position in South-East Asia.
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Saint-Gobain through its Mortars business (Construction Products) has signed an agreement with the listed company NSL in order to acquire E-Mix, a regional leader in mortars and dry mixes in South-East Asia. E-Mix provides solutions in tile adhesives, plastering mortars, masonry products and technical mortars in Hong Kong, South-East China, Singapore and Malaysia. It had sales of around €70 million in 2015.
Weber has acquired the activities of the Albanian mortars manufacturer Italcol. Based in Tirana, the company specializes in tile adhesives and technical mortars. This new acquisition allows Weber to gain an important foothold in the East Adriatic region, strengthening its ability to meet local and regional demand for technical and innovative products.
This year’s Stockholm Building competition, which is the seventh organised by the Swedish capital, was awarded to the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). The building, which was designed by Tham & Videgård Architects, features 5500m2 of weber.floor 4635 design grinder stone. We are proud to be associated with such a prestigious prize, and such an excellent building.
Weber France has just launched a new version of its weber.niv lex smoothing floor product. Dedicated to internal and external flooring such as terraces, balconies and garages in private homes, weber.niv lex is available now in three colors (grey, cement grey and sand-coloured).
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.
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.
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