Sabah – Weber, a subsidiary of the French conglomerate Saint-Gobain, has commissioned its sixth manufacturing plant in Turkey, at an investment cost of TRY 30 million (approx. USD 11.4 million).
Built in the Black Sea province of Samsun’s Kavak Organized Industrial Zone, the fully automated plant was opened with a ceremony attended by Samsun Governor Ibrahim Sahin and company officials.
The plant will manufacture tile-fixing products to meet the strong demand of Turkey’s booming construction sector. Weber’s other plants in the country are producing insulation and coating materials.