Alba is a Portuguese foundry and metallurgy company founded in 1907 as Fundição Lisbonense. The company was known for producing luxury race cars in the 1950s. Currently, the foundry works with Larus producing urban furniture; its name was given to an Albergaria-a-Velha-based football club - Sport Clube Alba - founded by the company's employees.
In 1907, Augusto Martins Pereira founded a foundry and metallurgy company named Fundição Lisbonense in the Portuguese region of Azores. Until the company changed its name to Alba in 1921, no logo was used until it moved its headquarters from Azores to Albergaria-a-Velha in the Aveiro district.