SCHOTT Corporation is the North American headquarters and holding company for the SCHOTT Group (Germany). With 16 divisions and subsidiaries in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, SCHOTT Corporation employs approximately 2,500 people for the manufacture and distribution of special glass and glass-related systems. The SCHOTT Group employs 17,200 people worldwide and has sales of approximately $2.2 billion.
SCHOTT Corporation is the corporate umbrella and headquarters for Schott's operational divisions and subsidiaries in North America. The Corporation is charged with the mission to implement in North America the SCHOTT Group's Vision 2010, which comprises the following:
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