SIGG manufactures products that meet the spirit of the times,
in terms of quality and design, and set new standards.
The company Küng, Sigg & Cie was founded in Biel in 1908. In 1917 the company moved to Frauenfeld in Eastern Switzerland, where the company still has its headquarters. Today the company is active in more than 50 countries worldwide – with its own locations in Germany and England. SIGG's number of employees is continuously growing.
Investments are made not only in new or ongoing product developments, but also in new production technologies and the production site in Frauenfeld. Originally, SIGG bottles, known for their long-lasting quality and complete recyclability, were particularly popular among alpinists and hikers. But SIGG now offers a comprehensive collection of functional and fashionable bottles for every area of life.The fact that the SIGG bottle has become an icon is shown by its inclusion in a permanent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. The beauty of the bottles, designed by two Swiss designers, has thus been honoured at the highest level.
SIGG manufactures products that meet the spirit of the times, in terms of quality and design, and set new standards. Factors such as current trends and sustainability play a central role in product development. In order to be globally competitive, to offer a wide range of products and to meet increasing demand, we are always looking for the best manufacturers for many different materials. We prefer Swiss manufacturers, but are also looking for top-class suppliers in other countries and always pay attention to the highest quality.
Since SIGG sets high quality standards for itself and for all products, these remain unchanged regardless of the production location. Our partners conscientiously and reliably meet the strict requirements of our Swiss engineers and product managers. Each product is thoroughly tested before being sold, regardless of the production location. In addition, our products are continuously checked for compliance with standards and regulations by independent laboratories. The origin of the products is always indicated on the product itself or on the packaging. In order to facilitate identification of the origin, the following representations are used both on the packaging and on all communication channels.