Saint-Gobain in Scotland
With over 100 locations and 22 individual brands in operation, Saint-Gobain has a strong presence in Scotland. Proud of our history and local ties, we have a team of 1,445 employees serving a diverse customer base. Saint-Gobain Scotland is committed to investing in training for the next generation of building contractors and professionals, as well as supporting existing professionals looking to upskill in line with the changing industry landscape.
In Scotland, some of the best known and respected companies in the construction sector are part of Saint-Gobain, including Jewson, Graham, British Gypsum, Celotex, Glassolutions, Weber, Saint-Gobain Glass, Pasquill, Ecophon and Saint-Gobain PAM. Together our 22 brands offer a unrivalled range of high performance, energy-saving products and solutions to help create a more sustainable built environment for the residential and non-residential sector. To find your nearest distribution location click here
Saint-Gobain adds direct economic value to many stakeholders along our Scottish value chain – from suppliers and employees through to the public purse and voluntary sector. We also add value indirectly to local economies through the reinvestment of sales and salaries by our customers and employees.
Saint-Gobain Group Globally
In 2015 Saint-Gobain celebrated its 350thanniversary and re-defined its core purpose to create great living places and improve daily life. As a business, Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions, which are key ingredients in the wellbeing of each of us and the future of all. They can be found everywhere in our living places and our daily life: in buildings, transportation, infrastructure and in many industrial applications. They provide comfort, performance and safety while addressing the challenges of sustainable construction, resource efficiency and climate change.
Saint-Gobain is present in 66 countries and employs over 180,000 people worldwide, including over 17,000 in the UK & Ireland. It was founded in 1665 to deliver a world first – the production of glass on an industrial scale - and has continued to grow its business through adapting and innovating to provide new services, products and ways of working with customers