Creating a cooler future

Our solutions aren't just about mitigating future emissions. We're helping companies adapt and thrive in our changing world.

The cold truth

The cold chain, integral for food and pharmaceutical distribution, contributes significantly to global emissions and waste.
of global greenhouse gas emissions stem from the cold chain.1
of food is wasted due to insufficient cold chain infrastructure.2


The cold chain's insufficiency leads to massive food and biomedical waste.
of food never makes it to a grocery store, a restaurant, or consumers plates.2
of vaccines are wasted globally every year because of  our broken cold-chain.3


The ubiquity of single-use materials in the cold chain intensifies environmental waste.
of biopharma packaging is plastic and it's growing every year.4


Excessive energy consumption in the cold chain contributes significantly to global energy demand.
of electricity consumption is required to power the food cold chain.5
of a vaccines’s carbon footprint is attributed to its refrigerated transport.6

Beginning with a strong foundation

From the very start, our goal has been to blend sustainability with innovative technology. There are three fundamental (and measureable) principles that drive our decision making.

Making environmentally conscious choices

Artyc's thermal packaging is made from high-quality, eco-friendly materials that provide excellent insulation and durability while minimizing environmental impact.
Committment to continuous R&D new sustainable materials
Use up-cycled materials whenever possible
Share our sourcing information and include factor sourcing emissions into our products
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Reducing the carbon footprint

Our energy-efficient cooling system utilizes battery-powered technology, eliminating the need for energy-intensive refrigeration methods and refrigerants.
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Minimizing waste and maximizing efficiency

Artyc embraces the principles of a circular economy by promoting reusable containers, repurposing systems for different industries, and optimizing reverse logistics.
Shifting from single-use to reusable packaging
Bi-directional shipping
Co-share potential with established shipping lanes

Impact at scale

As we forge ahead, we pledge to never stop improving, innovating, and pushing the boundaries of what's possible. In doing so, we will remain dedicated to minimizing our environmental impact and create a more efficient cold chain.


Driving research and development in sustainable materials and processes for a cleaner cold chain.


Partnering with academia and research institutions to pioneer affordable, flexible, and sustainable cooling technologies.


Championing policy changes and incentives for cleaner production, usage, and disposal of refrigerants.
[1] United Nations Environment Program. Amid food and climate crises, investing in sustainable food cold chains.
[2] United Nations Environment Program. (2022). Sustainable Food Cold Chains: Opportunities, Challenges and the Way Forward.
[3] World Health Organization. (2003). Safe vaccine handling, cold chain and immunizations.
[4] BioPharma Cold Chain Packaging by Type and Geography - Forecast and Analysis 2021 - 2025, Technavio, 2021
[5] International Institute of Refrigeration, 2017
[6] Morita, T., Loughnan, L., Ramirez, E. M., Brown, P., & Kluger, R. (2022). Cold storage chains in a warming world: challenges and responses for the health sector. Environmental Health, 21