For the first time, and despite the unstable local context, Saint-Gobain PAM pipes will be transporting drinking water in this East African country.
Saint-Gobain has opened a new mortars plant in Tulefa, Ethiopia, under the Weber brand. This new production line will be the first of its kind in the East Africa region. The Weber plant will provide the market with locally manufactured technical mortars and a tile adhesives range that aims to serve the need for more sophisticated and technically advanced building materials.
In Gabon, Glassolutions has contributed to a second project in Africa with COOL-LITE XTREME glazing and the first using the SWISSPACER solution.
Saint-Gobain has grown its presence in Ghana adding a brand-new line to its current manufacturing offering.
In Côte d’Ivoire, Saint-Gobain PAM solutions were selected by the national water distribution company ONEP to supply water to the cities of Gagnoa and Sinfra, northwest of Abidjan.
This year, to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, we want to make a difference at 10 schools on the African continent with initiatives ranging from insulating ceilings to improving ablution facilities. Our employees will dedicate time to do maintenance work, as well as collect stationery, educational books and magazines.
Kennedy Sithole, projects and export manager for Saint-Gobain PAM, Southern Africa region, takes you through a recently completed project in the Northern Cape province.
Saint-Gobain has been recently featured in Sustainable Business Magazine, a unique magazine which presents articles on associations, universities, and companies from various industries.
For the third year in a row, Saint-Gobain has been certified Top Employer Global. It is one of 13 companies worldwide to have received this certification label. This year, 31 countries in which Saint-Gobain operates were considered – South Africa being one of them.