Sanitas Troesch, Isover, Rigips, Weber, Glassolutions, SageGlass, Swisspacer and Vetrotech are the eight strong brands of Saint-Gobain Switzerland and key pillars of the Swiss economy. They enjoy considerable autonomy in managing their business while at the same time benefiting from synergies and ties with Saint-Gobain’s other businesses.
Sanitas Troesch is the market leader for bathrooms and kitchens. The expert advice of our experienced specialists and our comprehensive range make bathroom and kitchen dreams come true.
Saint-Gobain Ecophon develops, manufactures and markets acoustic systems that contribute to a good working environment by enhancing people’s wellbeing and performance. Our promise »A sound effect on people« is the core backbone of everything we do.
Rigips AG is synonymous with innovative and energy-efficient plasterboard dry construction systems. As a provider and manufacturer of this environmentally friendly building material, the company is a reliable partner for the planning and execution of sustainable interior finishing solutions.
Saint-Gobain Weber AG is Switzerland’s leading manufacturer of easy-to-use construction materials for façades and walls, thermal insulation and external render insulation, flooring systems, concrete and masonry mortars, building protection and products for fixing tiles.
Glassolutions Switzerland is a traditional company that has been selling innovative glass products for indoor and outdoor use since 1931. Thanks to the wide product range, our Swiss customers have extensive and individual design options at their disposal. Our production facilities are service-oriented and produce to a high Swiss quality standard, which is highly appreciated by our customers.
SWISSPACER is the pioneer behind warm edge spacer bars all around the world. The company was founded in 1998 and is part of the Saint-Gobain Group. SWISSPACER products stand out thanks to their excellent functional and aesthetic properties. The company's headquarters with production, R&D and administrative offices are located in Switzerland.