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SOIGA is since 1972, year of its foundation, one of the most important companies in the cork sector in Portugal . Our aim is to offer to our clients the best solutions through a careful selection of raw material, high-advanced production technologies and continuous evolution, in order to respond to the new markets demands.

Did you know that Soiga's granulated cork is used:

... in the production of the fireworks for the English Royal family

... in London's subway, as well as in their famous Open Air Buses

... to prevent avalanches

Created by C.E. Liege, Systecode is the system of warranty for the quality of the cork sector. Without any doubt, the suppliers that have obtained the attestation Systecode can offer to their customers warranties about the conformity of their products, because the production process is submitted to analysis and objective control. The organism entrusts of emitting the conformity attestation Systecode is Bureau Veritas, whose prestige is globally recognized. It was also that prestige that SOIGA reached along the years and "oblige"  to serve its customers at the highest level. Therefore it was also certified by the norm NP EN ISO 9001.

All the granulated cork used in the production of agglomerated corks is higienized through a thermo-mechanical system, that conjugates the effects of the temperature and pressure, contributing to the elimination of bacterias and cleaning of a natural/alimentary product.

In order to answer to the new requirements of the market and also to enrich its portfolio, SOIGA implanted a new line of natural cork blocks production.

 Our most popular items this year

Whether in public buildings or in residential areas, cork supplies the maximum in thermal and acoustic comfort, as well as being extremely resistant to high levels of traffic, it is hygienic and aesthetically pleasing. The demand of cork for architectural and decorative use is constantly increasing, due not only to the numerous virtues cork possesses, but also due to the enormous range of forms, textures and colours to offer. And, of course, we can never forget: "a great wine is always bottled with a great corks!"