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North East manufacturer Clayton Glass has acquired factories in Scotland and England from French construction materials giant Saint-Gobain in a move it says will ramp up the company’s production capacity.

The undisclosed deal sees Stanley-based Clayton, which employs about 450 people making glass units for the residential market in the UK, take over Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland facilities in Motherwell and Canterbury.

It means the firm will now be able to produce more than 65,000 units a week, including a mix of standard insulated glass units and specialist roof and door products.

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