Saint-Gobain has Completed the Acquisition of Z-Tech LLC in the United States

PARIS, FRANCE -- Saint-Gobain has completed the acquisition of Z-Tech LLC, located in Bow, New Hampshire (United States). The company specializes in the production of zirconia powders used for their mechanical and thermal properties in a range of applications, such as pigments for ceramic tiles or thermal coatings for the aeronautics industry.

Z-Tech will be integrated within the Ceramic Materials business. This acquisition will enable Saint-Gobain to enhance its offer in the zirconia market. It ties in perfectly with the Group's strategy of strengthening its position in high-performance solutions for growing markets.

For more information, visit http://www.ceramicmaterials.saint-gobain.com
 

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