Saint-Gobain Korea

In 1985, Saint-Gobain has cooperated with Haniso, a subsidiary of the HanGlas Group at the time, and Isover, an insulation business division of Saint-Gobain, to start producing glass fibers for insulation and sound absorption using the latest TEL process. Also in 1989, to manufacture automotive bearings and chemical products, founded the company, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Korea Co., Ltd.

In 2005, the Saint-Gobain Group took over HanGlas Group, leading the domestic glass market as a technology alliance and corporate management partner. Subsequently, in 2019, Saint-Gobain completed the divestments of Hankuk Glass Industries Inc., as part of the group's “Transformation & Grow” management strategy. Currently, in the Saint-Gobain Korea group, the holding company Saint-Gobain Korea Holdings Co., Ltd., an automobile glass manufacturing and sales company, Hankuk Sekurit Limited, Saint-Gobain Isover Korea Co., Ltd., a company that manufactures and sells insulation materials, and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Korea Co., Ltd., which manufactures and sells automotive bearings, industrial high-tech materials, and bio-industrial materials.




  • Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics New Plant in Songdo


    • Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics New Plant in Songdo


    • Divestment of Hankuk Glass Industries Inc.


    • Saint-Gobain Isover Korea CI Change: Hankuk Haniso→ Saint-Gobain Isover Korea


    • Hankuk Sekurit (Gunsan Plant): Press Bending Workshop
  • Isover Korea Dangjin Plant


    • Hankuk Sekurit (Iksan Plant): Installed NHNP (SR&SL)
    • Saint-Gobain PPL Korea: Acquired OHSAS 18001:2007


    • Saint-Gobain PPL Korea: Acquired ISO 14001


    • Saint-Gobain PPL Korea: 2nd Plant, High Performance Plastics


    • Saint-Gobain as majority shareholder of Hankuk Glass Industries Inc.
  • Isover Korea Dangjin Plant Completion Ceremony


    • Hankuk Haniso: New Plant at Dangjin, Glass Wool


    • Hankuk Sekurit (Iksan Plant): New Production Line, Automotive Glass


    • Saint-Gobain Group has taken over Norton, Changed the company name as Saint-Gobain Korea
  • Hankuk Sekurit Gunsan Plant


    • HanGlas: Start Partnership with Saint-Gobain for Flat Glass Production
    • Hankuk Haniso: Glass Wool (Capa: 17,000 ton/y)


    • Hankuk Sekurit (Gunsan Plant): Automotive Glass


    • Saint-Gobain PPL Korea (Sihwa Plant): High Performance Plastics
  • Hankuk Sekurit Iksan Plant


    • Hankuk Sekurit (Iksan Plant): Automotive Glass


    • Saint-Gobain PPL Korea: High Performance Plastics


    • Glass Wool Production under Saint-Gobain Isover License


  • JoongAng Ilbo, Multi Contents Center [Low-e Glass (Cool-lite SK)]
    Jamsil Lotte World Tower [ISOVER Glass Wool - Safe Board]
    North East Asia Trade Tower [ISOVER Glass Wool - Safe Board]
    ASEM Tower in Seoul [Solar Gard Window Film – Solar Gard Silver]
  • Korea Land & Housing Corporation New HQ [Low-e Glass (Cool-lite XT)]
    Korea Electric Power Data Network [Low-e Glass (Cool-lite SK)]
    Busan International Finance Center [ISOVER Glass Wool - Safe Roll]
    Incheon International Airport 2nd Terminal [Low-e Glass, ISOVER EŸ-SAVER]
  • KIA - K9 Safety Glass [Safety Glass, HUD]
    MBC HQ [Low-e Glass (Cool-lite SK)]
    Korea Cadastral Survey Corporation [Low-e Glass, SPG System]
    Busan Port International Passenger Terminal [ISOVER Glass Wool - Safe Roll, Safe Board]