SIGG is a leading provider of drinking bottles since 1908. The first SIGG bottle was made in 1908 in Biel, Switzerland, marking the beginning of the SIGG brand. Ever since its creation, the brand has been synonymous with innovation, ingenuity, chicness and timeless style.
The fact that a SIGG bottle is exhibited on a permanent basis at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is testament to the brand’s iconic design.
Born in Switzerland over 100 years ago, SIGG today refreshes the world with stunning design and excellent quality. Its Swiss-made, reusable aluminium bottles are much more than drinking vessels. They are artists’ canvases with some masterpieces earning a place in New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Their light weight and practicality qualify them as vital equipment for adrenalin-hungry mountaineers. With 100% recyclability, designs in new materials such as stainless steel, continual innovation and products for all ages and tastes, SIGG proves it has a real thirst for tomorrow.
SIGG not only stands for quality and perfection, but also for environmental awareness. Since the beginning of the company's history, the founders of the Swiss aluminum goods factory SIGG have been interested in using excess material from production and thus using resources sparingly: the SIGG bottle was born — its production and design unchanged ever since. Founded in 1908, SIGG produces bottles in Switzerland with the overarching goal of keeping its environmental impact as low as possible. Thanks to innovative solutions, it has been able to reduce its ecological footprint further and further. SIGG currently uses more than 55 percent energy from renewable sources in its bottle production. The small amount of waste from production is recycled at a rate of 99 percent, and the water used to clean the bottles is collected in a closed system and recycled. Thanks to the longevity of its high-quality and reusable aluminum bottles, SIGG products have a significantly better CO2 balance than disposable PET bottles.