Green Products

100% natural, renewable, recyclable and reusable

The increase in the global population has placed unprecedented pressure on the world's finite resources and has fostered a new awareness for the need to minimise the impacts created by companies. Greater efficiency in the use of resources is critical in order to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and reduce the environmental impact of human activities on the planet. Cork, as a 100% natural, renewable, recyclable and reusable product, is an excellent alternative in its own right to reduce global dependence on non-renewable products.


Corticeira Amorim aims to guarantee quality, based on continuous improvement of the available processes, products and services and the search for innovative solutions, supported by technological development, in order to respond to customer needs with sustainable, competitive and differentiating solutions. The Group's ambitions include contributing to the transition to a low carbon economy.

Corticeira Amorim is also committed to developing its own Research & Development structures within each BU, guided by the same key principles:

  • Develop new products and markets for cork, involving customers in this process, maintaining proximity and making them ambassadors for cork;
  • Search for new technological solutions for its products, in partnership with customers, suppliers and other entities;
  • Reinforce awareness of its brands, through constant evolution of the commercial offer in response to new market and consumer trends;
  • Promote a culture of innovation, through an environment that is conducive to creativity, and a critical and initiative spirit of its employees, fostering teamwork and transversal mutual assistance;
  • Valuing innovative practices;
  • Create an environment that encourages boldness, and assumes both risk and failure as a core component of the innovation process;
  • Provide ongoing training for employees to ensure their professional and personal fulfilment;
  • Facilitate internal and external communication, establishing new and improved channels for exchanging information;
  • Seek to implement best management practices and continuously monitor their processes, identifying opportunities for improvement.

More details on investment in Research, Development and Innovation (R&D+I).

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