Saint-Gobain in Thailand

Saint-Gobain has had a presence in Thailand since 1997 with the group of businesses as per the below:

-Thai Gypsum Products Pcl. - The leader in gypsum wall and ceiling systems
-Saint-Gobain Abrasives (Thailand) Ltd. - The leader in complete abrasive products
-Saint-Gobain Sekurit (Thailand) Co., Ltd. - The leading manufacturer of automotive glass
-Saint-Gobain Weber Co., Ltd. - The leader in tile adhesives
-Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics  - The world's largest processor of high performance polymer products

Currently, two of its strategic sectors, namely the Innovative Materials Sector, comprising Flat Glass and High-Performance Materials, and the Construction Products Sector, are active here.

With 7 manufacturing sites and head-quarters in Bangkok, the Group is active in all markets and offers customers a large variety of solutions, ranging from automotive to abrasive products, including high-performance plastics, plasterboard and industrial mortars. Saint-Gobain currently employs more than 1,300 people in Thailand and in 2015 earned revenues of about 200 million euros.

  • Bhumirajanakarindra Kidney Institute Hospital
    Champs Elysees
    Magnolias Housing
    Mandalay Beach Swimming-pool Koh Samui Suratthani
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Bangkok
    Radisson Blue Plaza Hotel Bangkok
    Samujana Villa
    Self-Directed Learning Institute, Thammasat University

History

  • SG Gypsum Surat Thani Warehouse

    2015

    • SG Gypsum (Surat Thani): New warehouse
    • SG Gypsum (Samutprakarn): New warehouse
    • SG Sekurit: Encapsulated Glass

    2013

    • SG Sekurit: Head Up Display Windshields

    2012

    • SG Weber (Nakhon Si Thammarat): Tile adhesive and tile grout
  • 2011

    • SG Weber (Khon Kaen): Distribution center of Northeast region

    2010

    • SG Weber (Chiang Mai): Distribution center for Northern region

    2005

    • SG Abrasives (Nakornchaisri): Acquisition by Saint-Gobain
    • SG Weber (Saraburi): Tile adhesive and tile grout
    • SG Sekurit (Rayong): Expansion of Plant 2, Automotive Glass
  • SG Sekurit Rayong Plant

    1999

    • SG Weber: Acquisition by Saint-Gobain

    1998

    • SG Sekurit (Rayong): Automotive Glass

    1992

    • SG Gypsum (Laem Chabang): Plasterboard