Saint-Gobain inaugurates second Weber plant in Vietnam

VOV.VN - Saint-Gobain of France, one of the world’s leading building material manufacturers, has recently inaugurated a production line of Weber-branded tile adhesive and grout products in the northern province of Hung Yen in Vietnam.

The opening of the site represents Weber's second production line in Vietnam, marking the French group’s strong development steps in meeting the growing demand for construction materials, especially for tiles within the domestic market.

Nguyen Truong Hai, chief executive officer of Saint-Gobain Vietnam, affirmed that the group’s investment in advanced production lines clearly demonstrates their commitment to long-term and sustainable development in the Vietnamese market.

The Weber production line in Hung Yen meets the ISO 14001:2015 standard. It makes use the Saint-Gobain Group’s World Class Manufacturing (WCM) Quality Management Program to launch high-quality products to customers.

The first Weber plant came into operation in Ho Chi Minh City in 2016, with a specific focus on producing tile adhesive, tile grout, and waterproofing products.

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