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Saint Gobain

Headquarters : Les Miroirs, 18 Avenue d'Alsace F-92400 Courbevoie France France web www.saint-gobain.com tel. 33-1-47-62-30-00 email: actionnaires@saint-gobain.com analytics

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Pollution 2 Fraud 4 Offshore 1 Sales 42 Bn $.€ /year Profit 15 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 833 *min. Influence 2
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shareholdercountry%source
Areva NC ex-COGEMAFrance1,6Les Echos
AXAFrance1,4
CDC (Caisse des D?p?ts et Consignations)France3,5Les Echos
Employ?sWorld5,9
EurazeoFrance3
Natixis ex-NatexisFrance4,98
Saint GobainFrance3,4
State Street Corp.United States of America5Boursier.com
Wendel InvestissementFrance21,2Les Echos
? More shareholders of Saint Gobain
year
business
source
2006Fourth-largest maker of high-quality flat glass in the world.Les Echos
2005Saint Gobain is Europe's biggest distributor of building materials.Bloomberg
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Argentina Argentina
Barugel Azulay : Production,
 Cercle Finance
Bulgaria Bulgaria
Kostinbrod : Production,
 
China China
Saint Gobain Technical Fabrics Hongfa Co., Changzhou : Composites et g?otextiles
 Les Echos
China China
Xuzhou (Joint-venture 75%) : tuyaux en fonte ductile
 
Egypt Egypt
JV with Saint Gobain and MMIC : Production,
 Les Echos
Mexico Mexico
: 8 usines
 Minist?re des Finances
Philippines Philippines
:
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Poland Poland
Dabrowa Gornicza (ouverture mi-2006) : verre plat
 
Romania Romania
: Production de verre plat
 Les Echos
Russia Russia
Yegorievsk : Isover
 

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2007Mestrallet, G?rard
See the photo of: Mestrallet, G?rard Director; attendance fee: 0,06 million Eu?;
L'Expansion
2005Beffa, Jean-Louis
See the photo of: Beffa, Jean-Louis Chief Executive Officer; stock-options: 2,22 million Eu?;
L'Expansion
2004Crouzet, Philippe
See the photo of: Crouzet, Philippe Chief Financial Officer;
Boursorama
2004Streiff, Christian
See the photo of: Streiff, Christian Directeur g?n?ral d?l?gu?;
2003Jay, Sylvia
See the photo of: Jay, Sylvia Director;
2001Beffa, Jean-Louis
See the photo of: Beffa, Jean-Louis Chief Executive Officer; salary: 6,4 million Eu?;
L'humanit?
2000Bernard, Daniel
See the photo of: Bernard, Daniel Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Beffa, Jean-Louis
See the photo of: Beffa, Jean-Louis Chief Executive Officer;
1999Bouillot, Isabelle
See the photo of: Bouillot, Isabelle Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Breuer, Rolph E
See the photo of: Breuer, Rolph E Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999d'Hautefeuille, Eric
See the photo of: d'Hautefeuille, Eric Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Esambert, Bernard
See the photo of: Esambert, Bernard Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Faurre, Pierre
See the photo of: Faurre, Pierre Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Lions, Jacques-Louis
See the photo of: Lions, Jacques-Louis Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Maldonado, Jos?-Luis Leal
See the photo of: Maldonado, Jos?-Luis Leal Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Messier, Jean-Marie
See the photo of: Messier, Jean-Marie Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Mestrallet, G?rard
See the photo of: Mestrallet, G?rard Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Monnier, Eric
See the photo of: Monnier, Eric Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999P?bereau, Michel
See the photo of: P?bereau, Michel Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
1999Roger, Bruno
See the photo of: Roger, Bruno Director; attendance fee: 0,03 million US$;
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
2008
-6000
Internal restructuring: Because of the fall of the American, Spanish and English real estate markets, which account for 32% of its activity, Saint Gobain decided "to accelerate its costs reduction program, fixed at 435 million euros, including 300 million euros in 2008". Factories will be closed in the countries touched by the crisis. In the United States, already fourteen production lines had been closed in 2007, then five in the first half of 2008; some others owe l' to be in the next months. In England and Spain, in fact rather agencies and distribution centers are touched.:
Le Monde
2008
-2500
Closure/Bankruptcy: Saint Gobain continues his plan of economy and closes 4 factories employing 800 people in the United States. In this country, Saint Gobain already closed 16 factories to save 300 million euros.: United States of America
Les Echos
2006
-120
Internal restructuring: France
Les Echos
2005
-181
Closure/Bankruptcy: Saint Gobain veut fermer les deux sites de production de robinetterie en France de sa filiale c?ramiques avanc?es Desmarquest (SGCAD).: France
Les Echos
2003
Plainte de plus de 500 ex-employ?s victimes de l'amiante: Brazil
Capital
2001
173329
2000
171125
1999
165000
1999
37303
1998
114400
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
 10 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : consequences
source
2005 : Condamn? par le tribunal des affaires de la S?curit? sociale d?Avignon pour avoir expos? ses employ?s ? l'amiante ; deux cas de cancer de poumon chez ses anciens employ?s.Firstinvest
2003United States of America : 114 000 plaintes re?ues li?es ? l'amiante aux Etats-Unis mettant en cause Certain Teed, une filiale de Saint-GobainBoursorama

  • Subsidy

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008   1,38   billion Eu?
2008 The European Commission imposed a fine of 1.4 billion euros to 4 producer of flat glass for automotive, accused of having shared the market between 1998 and 2003. Saint-Gobain will pay 896 million euro fine plus 60% for recidivism because the group had already been convicted on the market in 1984 in Italy and the Benelux in 1988. The other members of the cartel are Pilkington, Asahi and Soliver.     Les Echos
2007   2,11   billion Eu?
2007 The European Commission fined the four members of a flat glass cartel 486,9 million euros. The culprits are the American Guardian (148 million euros of fine), the British Pilkington (140 million), French Saint-Gobain (133,9 million) and Japanese Asahi (65 million). The agreement related to flat glass used in the sector of construction (basic float glass, laminated glass, glass untreated used for the manufacture of the mirrors...). According to the Commission, between the beginning of 2004 and at the beginning of 2005, the four companies "managed to increase the prices or to stabilize them by means of a series of meetings and other contacts illicit". In 2004, their sales in Europe with independent customers, who transform this flat glass into windows with double glazing or glass fireproofed for the large buildings and the dwellings, reached 1,7 billion euros. "the Commission will not tolerate that the consumers and the intermediate companies are injured and deprived of the advantages of the single market by companies which collude to fix prices",declared the Competition Commissioneer Neelie Kroes.     AFP
2006   41,61,64   billion Eu?
2005   35,111,26   billion Eu?
2005 Suspected by the European Commission of forming a glass cartel in Europe.     AGEFI
2004   32,021,08   billion Eu?Boursorama
2003   29,591,04   billion Eu?
2002   30,271,04   billion Eu?
2001   30,391,13   billion Eu?
2000   28,821,52   billion Eu?
2000   1,783billion Eu?Actualinfo.com
1999   22,951,23   billion Eu?
1998   17,821,1   billion Eu?
1997   17,870,94   billion US$
1996   91,384,32   billion FF
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 17 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
1999Access to public services (privatization through GATS) : ERT (European Roundtable of Industrialists) : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Deregulation and "maximum liberalization" through WTO, GATS : TABD (Transatlantic Business Dialogue) : : US Government / European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
? More influence from Saint Gobain
? Influence in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 2 informations, access to subscribers
? More influence from Saint Gobain
? Influence in 2007
year
dubious practice : image
source
2003slogan: Profit - people- planet;


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