According to the company, the plant is scheduled to begin production in 2020, serving the construction and automotive sectors.

“It will meet the growing domestic demand and supply Central America, the Caribbean and North America,” reads a release from Saint-Gobain. “… It will complement its manufacturing base in the region with the Cuautla site already including two floats and their associated lines for mirrors and laminated glass, one thin-film coater line in operation and another under construction. This new float line project in Mexico marks a new step in the group’s expansion strategy into high-growth countries.”

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