Production & Completion

Bare glass machine operator

The force behind the glassmaking
The “bare glass” machine operator has direct contact with bottle production. They ensure that the IS machine (glass production machine) operates correctly and is well maintained, check the fall of the glass gob during fusion into the mold, regularly grease the molds, and periodically sample the bottles to check their compliance with the specifications sheet (size, quality, etc.). They are the force behind the glassmaking.
Knowledge and experience
The operator plays a fundamental role in the production quality chain as they are the first to observe the correct formation of the bottle. The highest level of production quality depends on their involvement and skills. This position requires expertise and experience combining technical knowledge of the machine and glassmaking defects.
  • Professional baccalaureate majoring in a technical field and/or with glassmaking experience
  • In-house training as an Operator


Guaranteeing the Saverglass recipe
The purity of Saverglass glass is ensured firstly during the mix of raw materials. Within the component-fusion department, the founder is the person who ensures the success of Saverglass' recipe. Ensuring the quality of the glass produced is the first step in Saverglass’ industrial excellence process.
Oven operator
Once the mixture is placed in the oven, the founder checks the fusion of the materials. This stage requires true glassmaking know-how. Operating an oven involves controlling the condition of the glass melt, the effect of the flame and the refractories, and continually adjusting all the fusion parameters: temperature, hygrometry, etc.
  • Baccalaureate to BTS level majoring in electrical-mechanics or equivalent
  • In-house training as a Founder 


The work of a craftsman
When items are produced for the high-end segment at Saverglass, the adjuster works as a craftsman, accurately and carefully.
Molds: beauty and diversity
The aesthetic side of the work makes an adjuster's job particularly rewarding. Saverglass offers its clients more than 400 Saverglass Design models, produced in a wide range of sizes, from 5 to 600 cl. The extensive range of products in the catalogue brings diversity to the Adjuster’s work
Profile : 
  • BEP to BAC Professional Tooling or equivalent

Decoration machine operator

Bringing the Saverglass difference
The decoration machine operator plays a major role in the Saverglass difference, in the creative passion that forms the reputation and success of the Saverglass Design spirit. The quality of the colors, the faithfulness to the client's request, and the precision of the decoration on a wide variety of shapes are at the heart of a position that requires attention to detail and a passion for a job well done.
Quality and technology
The operator prepares the glazes, performs tests and sampling before launching production, during which they are responsible for quality control under their expert eye. They use digital technologies and the most modern inks on the market.
  • Professional baccalaureate majoring in technical field
  • In-house training in Decoration

Production manager

Leading a team in a common project
The client is at the center of the common project shared by Saverglass employees. For the Production Manager, the major challenge is getting a team of several hundred people to work together on this project, achieving the quality, deadline, quantity and cost objectives. Working as a link between the management and operational staff, the Production Manager performs the role of a field manager. A technical leader drawing on their own expertise, they manage their people in line with the Group’s values. 
Coordinating the project 
As a project coordinator, the Production Manager manages, organizes and plans production in coordination with the allocated teams and the related support sectors. Under the responsibility of the Production Director, they direct the team supervisors and heads of sector and work in line with the safety processes and rules, looking after the production service budget and playing an important role in terms of continuously improving the industrial process. They ensure that the teams receive ongoing training – theoretical and on-the-job – and develop a forward-looking vision for passing on Saverglass’ unique know-how.
Profile : 
  • Higher education in an Engineering School or postgraduate studies
  • English desirable.
  • Managerial skills – production management
  • In-house training in glass and decoration professions


Hervé Boulon - Machine Operator

For how long have you been doing this job? I took the job of operator 6 years ago.

Why do you like this job? I like this role because I like to be involved in everything, and the tasks are very diverse and allow us to see the complete industrial design of the bottles. I feel very proud when I see our products in luxury shops!

What made you want to join Saverglass?  Saverglass was a solid company with a good reputation that offered me job security.


Christelle Blond - Decoration machine operator 

For how long have you been doing this job? I started at Saverglass, in the Finishing department, 10 years ago and I have been an operator on the multicolor machines for five years.

Why do you like this job? It is a job that requires attention and concentration at all times. I enjoy the fact that it requires you to be vigilant, meticulous, and know how to react quickly in case of problems in order to meet customers’ requirements.

What made you want to join Saverglass?  Saverglass is a rapidly growing company.


Loïc Sanson - Founder

For how long have you been doing this job? I have been a foundry worker for 3 years.

Why do you like this job? It is an interesting position from the point of view of our responsibilities for the glass quality.

What made you want to join Saverglass?  I dove into the world of glass thanks to family members who already worked at Saverglass; naturally I joined this company for its human and family aspects as well as for its solid foundations.


David Terreux - Adjuster

For how long have you been doing this job? I have been at this job for nearly 20 years.

Why do you like this job? I have always liked to work with etchings and mold finishings. Also, I can carry out other diverse tasks such as milling and different types of welding.

What made you want to join Saverglass? Saverglass was a rapidly growing company that I had the opportunity to join after my military service and to grow within the Molding Department.


Pascal Lemaire - Production Manager 

For how long have you been doing this job? I have been a finishing production manager for 25 years, 16 years of which have been spent at Saverglass.

Why do you like this job? I discovered glass when I was small… I was surrounded by glass-making activities; my village of 600 people had two glass factories! The job I hold at Saverglass is even more exciting because it is very varied; there is no downtime! You have to be very responsive and make good decisions quickly, both in team management and within the organization and operation planning.

What made you want to join Saverglass? The Group has grown considerably; we have a policy of improvement, ongoing training, research, and innovation… which is what particularly motivates me.