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Gyptec Ibérica, a portuguese company part of the Preceram Group, has been engaged in the production of laminated gypsum boards (also known as plasterboards), using clean and environmentally sustainable methods, since 2009

The Industrial and Business Cluster of Figueira da Foz, where Gyptec is located, is part of the most complete node of traffic distribution in the central region of Portugal, where the maritime, rail and road networks are all interconnected.

A pioneer in the production of gypsum boards in Portugal, Gyptec develops solutions, for construction and rehabilitation, resistant to fire, impact and humidity, with high thermal and acoustic performance.

Gyptec gypsum boards are rated A+ for indoor air quality. This qualification comes from the French regulations for emissions of volatile pollutants, with Category A+ being the best indoor air quality classification. Gyptec products are certified and internationally recognized for their excellent quality, being an essential presence in the main works of the entire Iberian Peninsula.

More than plasterboards, Gyptec has the solution.


The Group

The Preceram Group is a family-owned group made up of several Portuguese companies with vast experience and extensive knowledge of the building industry and the manufacture of construction materials.

With manufacturing plants throughout central Portugal (Preceram, Gyptec, Argex, Volcalis, Preceram Norte), the group produces a wide range of products for construction and renovation, and also has a complete and versatile distribution fleet that covers the entire country.

Sustainability is a key factor in the life cycle of the building materials manufactured by the companies belonging to the Preceram Group. From raw material sourcing to post-construction recycling. Reconciling progress and economic growth with suitable environmental preservation and protection measures is a declared goal of the Group.

All the products are developed to be solutions that bring added value to architecture and to people, contributing to health and well-being and facilitating the reduction of energy consumption, both for heating and cooling.

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