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Glass: SGD changes name to Verescence

SGD Perfumery, global leader in glass bottle manufacturing for the Perfumery and Cosmetics’ industries, is changing its name to Verescence.

Now independent, and solely focused on the perfumery and cosmetics market, the adoption of a new name marks an important milestone in the company’s history.

The name Verescence reflects the company’s origins with a French and prestigious sound. Rich in meaning, the name combines the glasss kills [Ver] and the [escent] suffix, which literally means transformation: transforming sand intog lass, transforming creative concepts into product innovations, transforming our company into the global market leader in the beauty market,” says the company.

"It’s an opportunity for us to have a brand reflecting what we are today: acompany going through a major transformation process and striving for excellence, an international company using its expertise, diversity and talent for the benefit of its customers,” states Thomas Riou, CEO.

With 4 plants dedicated to glass manufacturing and 5 to bottle decoration, 3,200 employees across several continents and a global sales network, Verescence has a yearly production capacity of one billion bottles thanks to its innovative and environmentally friendly solutions.

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