About company Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE has been operating on the Estonian market since 1989. On 1 January 2009, several units that had previously operated as separate companies - Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti, Saint-Gobain Glassolutions Baltiklaas and Saint-Gobain Autover-Autoklaas – merged under the name Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE was formed on 29 October 2010 when Autover Lietuva merged with Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. It became the company’s fourth business unit. About company

About company

Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE has been operating on the Estonian market since 1989. On 1 January 2009, several units that had previously operated as separate companies - Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti, Saint-Gobain Glassolutions Baltiklaas and Saint-Gobain Autover-Autoklaas – merged under the name Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE was formed on 29 October 2010 when Autover Lietuva merged with Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. It became the company’s fourth business unit.

“From 1666, we began making mirrors as beautiful as those made in Venice and that supplied the whole of Europe and they were to become of a beauty and grandeur that has never been achieved elsewhere”


Voltaire, Le Siecle de Louis XIV

General
Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE belongs to the Saint-Gobain Group (Innovative Materials Sector) and manufactures and distributes various value added glass products.

About
The company is engaged in the production of laminated windshields, tempered sidelites, window assemblies, tempered building glass and sale and installation of automotive glass.

International
The company is part of Saint-Gobain Sekurit International, which has been supplying innovative glass products for over the 350 years.

Contact
Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE
HQ: Kirde 2, 61506 Elva
Phone: +372 730 3300
E-mail:

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About company

Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE has been operating on the Estonian market since 1989. On 1 January 2009, several units that had previously operated as separate companies - Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti, Saint-Gobain Glassolutions Baltiklaas and Saint-Gobain Autover-Autoklaas – merged under the name Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE was formed on 29 October 2010 when Autover Lietuva merged with Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. It became the company’s fourth business unit.

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