Saint-Gobain Sekurit International is one of the divisions of the Saint-Gobain group.
With 350 years of engineering expertise and a firm commitment to innovation, Saint-Gobain Sekurit International is one of the leading glass manufacturers in the world, who provides high added-value products and services in three markets:
- automotive glass originally installed by automakers (OEM)
- automotive glass replacement (aftermarket),
- glass for transport vehicles (buses, lorries, aeronautics etc)
SG Sekurit International has been spent decades launching new solutions and technologies that have streamlined car manufacturing and introduced cost-saving techniques. For drivers and their passengers, this simply means an optimum driving experience with greater comfort, safety and security. This is why one out of two European cars is equipped with our automotive glass
Highlights and history of Saint-Gobain Sekurit in Estonia:
- 1989 – Elvex is founded as a joint-stock company of AS Tartu Autoveod (owned by the Estonian state) and Saint-Gobain Sekurit Scandinavia AB (Sweden, a subsidiary of the Saint-Gobain group (France)).
- 1991 – Production of laminated windshields begins.
- 1995 – Saint-Gobain Sekurit Scandinavia AB becomes the sole owner of Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti AS.
- 2000 – Production of tempered sidelights begins.
- 2000 – The company officially becomes known as Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti AS.
- 2009 – Three companies are merged and new name of the company is Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS. The three business units will be the part of SG Glass Estonia AS:
- Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti;
- Saint-Gobain Glassolutions/Baltiklaas
- Saint-Gobain Autover-Autoklaas.
- 2011 – Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia AS merges the Lithuanian subsidiary Saint-Gobain Autover-Lietuva UAB. The new company is named Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE and comprises a fourth business unit: Saint-Gobain Autover Lithuania (SG Autover Lietuva).
- 2015 - Celebrating the 350th anniversay of Saint-Gobain
- Today, over 99% of the company’s products are exported to 10 countries around the world. The biggest state of export is Belgium.
- At the end of 2016 the company had 324 employees.
- From January 1st 2020 business unit Saint-Gobain Glassolution/Baltiklaas merged with the company Saint-Gobain Ehitustooted and from January 1st 2020 these business units belong to Saint-Gobain Glass Estonia SE – Saint-Gobain Sekurit Eesti, Saint-Gobain Autover-Autoklaas and Saint-Gobain Autover Lithuania.