Saint-Gobain Plans New Investments in Egypt

Saint-Gobain Plans New Investments in Egypt

Investments focus on manufacturing plants for flat glass, gypsum and sustainable building materials

French industrial group Saint-Gobain is planning to build in Egypt two new manufacturing plants for flat glass, gypsum and sustainable building materials over the next three years.

The investment plans were discussed during a meeting with Mohamed Abdel Wahab, CEO, General Authority for Investment and Free Zones by Hadi Nassif, CEO of Saint-Gobain International for the Middle East and Ahmed Wafik, CEO, Saint-Gobain Egypt.

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Saint-Gobain Egypt owns the largest flat glass production line in the Middle East and Africa in the Suez Canal Economic Zone, and two building material production plants in Sadat and Amreya.

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