What Does CryoLogistics Do?

The transportation industry has not evolved much over the past sixty years even though food production continues to grow with the population. Around 90% of all refrigerated goods that you enjoy today, are delivered by a refrigerated truck yet the refrigerated technology on the trucks has barely changed. These traditional means of transporting frozen products is inefficient, unsecure and unreliable. CryoLogistics is set on fixing that.

Our simple, passive, natural refrigeration technology solves many of the problems that traditional shipping methods can’t. Our scalable modular system is designed to reduce total cost of ownership, eliminate greenhouse gas, noise and particulate matter emissions yielding a net-zero carbon footprint without moving parts or auxiliary power. Not only that, our technology is able to achieve substantially lower temperatures than refrigerated trucks therefore ensuring products are shipped, maintained and delivered at the optimal temperature.

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Carbon dioxide, which was once used as a natural refrigerant, fell out of favor following the introduction in the mid-1900s of synthetic refrigerants like HFC, HCFC and CFC. However, when ‘The Montreal Protocol’ issued a mandate for a global phase down of synthetic refrigerants, suddenly natural refrigerants were ‘cool’ again. Carbon dioxide is an abundant, naturally occurring, efficient, economical, safe and stable alternative that can be put to work for you.

What Will CryoLogistics' Technology Do?

Lower Cost of Ownership

CryoLogistics is developing a naturally refrigerated, passive system that is durable, efficient and a more economical shipping solution.

Superior Temperature Security

Ship confidently as our system has zero temperature excursions.

Passive Technology

No moving parts means less breakdowns and easier maintenance.

Where Can CryoLogistics Technology Be Used?

Our refrigeration technology system can be adapted to fit the needs of a variety of environments including:

Food and Pharma Production

Over-the-Road Trucking,

Intermodal Rail & Marine Transport

Air Cargo

Cold Storage Warehousing

Food Distribution Centres

Grocery Retailers

Food Service Providers