Since cork is a material used for thousands of years, as evidenced by very old records found in China, Babylon, Egypt and Persia, this product is immediately associated with wine and stoppers.
This connection began with the Greek Civilization that used cork as a way to seal canisters. Currently, The cork industry is living very innovative times and everyday new application areas are discovered using this extraordinary material.
Cork properties make it an all-purpose problem solver and suitable for a wide range of applications: Energy Conservation | Flotation | Gasketing | Insulation | Load Bearing | Polishing | Sealing | Sound Dampening | Vibration Control | Weight Reduction.
Due to these unique properties and the constant evolution of the industry, cork has been increasingly suitable for various uses.