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27 . Sep . 2016
What is Cork

100% natural, reusable and recyclable, cork is, whether from the environmental, social or economic perspectives, one of the world’s most versatile materials.

12 . Oct . 2016

Cork is a completely natural raw material, with unique properties which give it an unrivalled character

27 . Sep . 2016
Privacy Policy

Amorim Sports, Lda. Commitment The protection of privacy and personal data is a fundamental commitment of Amorim Sports, Lda. to the customers ("Customers") of its products and services. Amorim Sports, Lda. (Corticeira Amorim) advises you to read this Privacy Policy and its updates.   Responsible for data processing…

23 . May . 2018
Privacy Date

1- Amorim Sports (Corticeira Amorim) undertaking Amorim Sports (Corticeira Amorim) makes a fundamental commitment to its Stakeholders to uphold their privacy and protect their personal data. Amorim Sports (Corticeira Amorim) encourages you to read this Privacy Policy and its respective updates. 2- Entity in charge of d…

27 . Sep . 2016
Cork oak forests are natural CO2 retainers, the major cause of global warming

It is estimated that every year cork oak forests retain up to 14 million tonnes of CO2, a sizeable contribution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the main cause of climate change.

04 . Oct . 2016
High performance, long-term stability and microplastic-free – the main challenge for artificial turf

The Uwe Seeler Fussball Park chose a cork-based natural infill for the installation of the new artificial turf system in its football pitch, in Germany.

27 . Sep . 2016
Corticeira Amorim

Corticeira Amorim is the largest world producer of cork products and the most international of Portuguese companies. It leads the whole sector, contributing to the economy and innovation of the cork industry, unlike any other. With its origins dating back to 1870, the company soon became aware of the endless potential…

26 . Jul . 2017
Developing sustainable solutions for sport systems from a green or circular economy

Amorim Cork Composites offers the perfect solutions for sport surfaces that require high resilience and user comfort and safety. Gyms, tartan race tracks, stadiums and other sports centres are already using our solutions as a final floor or as part of a floor system with more complex requirements, such as artificial tu…

05 . Feb . 2018
Nature and high performance in artificial turf systems

Amorim Nature 130 - a cork-based natural infill for artificial turf - was the solution chosen for renovation of the football pitch of Tangstedt Sports Club, near Hamburg.

23 . Mar . 2018
High performance, sustainable and ecological turf field

GOTEC Sportsysteme, a German company specialized in the construction and maintenance of sports grounds, chose a cork-based natural infill for artificial turf for the construction project of the SG Malsburg-Marzell Sports Club football field in Germany.

12 . Oct . 2020
Sustainability and high performance for the “Forest City” Schöneiche’s artificial turf pitch

The SV Germania 90 club and the municipality of Schöneiche chose a cork-based natural infill for artificial turf when they rebuilt their pitch in Germany.

14 . Dec . 2020
Artificial turf pitch in Scandinavia with natural cork infill - a great example of international cooperation

Amorim Sports and Polytan Denmark built together the new artificial turf pitch free of microplastic for the Vipperöd Boldklub. More comfortable and safer for athletes, it is easier to maintain and meets the highest technical FIFA standards.

08 . Mar . 2021
Main Goal

With high temperatures and humidity ratios, the main challenges of a synthetic turf in Latin America and, in this case, in Peru (Lima), are related to the athletes comfort: technical shock absorption, lower energy restitution, but above all, lower surface temperature in order to avoid health issues. On the other hand,…

22 . Sep . 2021
Main Goal

When choosing a suitable and, above all, sustainable artificial turf system, the DJK Dülmen club aimed to provide a better sport performance as an alternative to the natural turf field. Due to the growth of teams and hours of training, especially outside the summer season, the old natural turf field did not meet the de…

12 . Oct . 2016
When does the first stripping take place?

The first stripping takes place when the cork oak is 25 years old and the trunk has reached a diameter of 70 centimetres, measured 1.3 metres from the ground. Subsequent stripping take place with an interval of at least nine years. Intervals of at least nine years, which means that the harvesting of the cork will last…

12 . Oct . 2016
Is cork an endangered natural resource?

No. The harvest of cork is a controlled process and does not require the cork oaks to be felled - on the contrary, it contributes to their regeneration. It is the cork industry which makes the continuity of the cork oak forest viable, by contributing to the maintenance of forests and the populations that depend on them…


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