SGD - Verreries de l'Orne

 

SGD - Verreries de l’Orne is one of the group's two French plants that specialize in glass decorating processes.

SGD Verreries de l'Orne (Ecouché)

The business approach of SGD-Verreries de l'Orne has mirrored that of the SGD – Verreries de la Somme in terms of health, safety, environment, quality and productivity.
With 160 million products decorated per year, the Verreries de l'Orne plant now works for the most renowned names in perfumery and cosmetics, like Hermès, L’Oréal, Chanel, Dior, Guerlain and Givenchy. More recently, it has begun decorating for the Baby Friends  baby bottle line in the Pharmacy division.
And because in the perfume and cosmetics business, the art of the flask also resides in the creativity of the decorative features and packaging design, the Verreries de l'Orne site employs comprehensive, innovative decorating processes each day.

 

 Decorating processes

  • Silk printing – lacquering – sticking – pad printing – acid etching – sandblasting - grinding

 Certifications

  • Plant certified ISO 9001 and 2000 version

 History

  • 1958: The Verreries de l'Orne  created by Dior
  • 1968: Plant sold to Henri Desjonquères company
  • 1973: Plant joins Saint-Gobain
  • Since 1973, the fate of the Verreries de l'Orne site has been closely linked to that of the SGD group history
 

 CONTACT

Plant contact:
SGD - Verreries de l’Orne
Route de Joue du Plain
61 150 ECOUCHE
FRANCE
+ 33 (0)2 33 12 28 10

 

 KEY FIGURES

  • 130 million products decorated per year
  • 270 employees 

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