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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 1: Saint-Gobain Gyproc, a part of Saint-Gobain India Pvt Ltd., announced the launch of an innovative range of products designed to redefine architectural aesthetics and functionality.

The new product line includes ‘Habito Standard’ a high-quality gypsum board made for heavy unplanned and planned loading applications, ‘Rigiroc’, a multi-purpose moisture resistant board with a bundle of added advantages like, unplanned loading, fire, acoustics, impact, etc., over existing products in this segment, and ‘Glasroc X’, a new generation board for exterior applications with superior performance and aesthetical benefits and ‘Metlance’, an architectural metal ceiling tile. These innovative products offered by Gyproc ensure solutions not only for interior walls & ceiling space but also the exteriors.

As a market leader in the building construction space for over three decades, Saint-Gobain Gyproc has introduced a wide range of products that are tailor-made for the Indian market. The company continues to lead with innovation with the introduction of Habito Standard, Rigiroc, Glasroc X and Metlance to cater to an expanding market. Beyond functional benefits, the products are also sustainable, having a low environmental impact through its lifecycle, affordable, flexible and have multi-sector applications. With its unmatched quality and performance, the new range is set to transform the construction industry in India and beyond.

Speaking on the new launch, Najwa Khoury, Global Gypsum Strategy Director said, “Saint-Gobain Gyproc continues to stay committed to meet the demands of the changing preferences and environmental conditions in India. Over the last few years, we have seen a growing acceptance for drywalls and modern ceiling tiles in India and we want to stay ahead of the curve. We are delighted to introduce a new range of innovative products that are functionally superior, sustainable, and affordable, customizable, redefining the future of construction.”

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