Minister Schneider meets with Guardian senior managementOn 14 May 2018, Étienne Schneider met the senior management of the Guardian group, which has a strong presence in Luxembourg due to its two float glass production units in Bascharage and in Dudelange as well as to its European headquarters. The discussions focused on the future development of Guardian’s presence in Luxembourg.

The exchanges between the Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy and the senior management of DuPont on 17 May covered in particular the development of the activities linked to the production of Tyvek fabric at the group’s factory in Contern.

Maintain good relationships

“It is crucial to maintain good relations with the senior management of the headquarters of industrial groups that are present in Luxembourg in order to keep them informed about the advantages of Luxembourg as a location for investments,” declared Étienne Schneider after the meetings. “We thus contribute to ensuring the sustainability of existing production sites and we encourage the development of new activities by these companies in Luxembourg.”

Photo credit: Ministry of the Economy

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