Sage Announces First Shipments from New Manufacturing Facility

Glass Magazine
June 4, 2013

Sage Electrochromics announced the first customer shipments from its new high-volume manufacturing plant. The plant is the largest electrochromic manufacturing plant in the world, capable of producing  more than 4 million square feet of EC glass a year, according to company officials. Located next to Sage's global headquarters in Minnesota, the facility is able to produce dynamic glass in high volumes, and in larger commercial, architectural sizes at an affordable cost, according to a company release.

One of the first projects featuring glass from the new facility is a state-of-the-art research facility at Argonne National Laboratory. 

Read the full release about the Argonne project.