SkyCell Annual Sustainability Report
Securing a greener future with every shipment
Right now, CO2 from pharma transport still pollutes our planet, unreliable containers regularly damage medicine and unsustainable packaging is often discarded in landfill. SkyCell’s reusable hybrid containers cut CO2 pollution by up to 50%, minimize medicine spoilage rates to nearly zero, and reduce landfill. With every shipment, we are doing our bit to save the planet and chart a positive way forwards for the pharma industry.
As part of the Paris Agreement, SkyCell is proud to have committed to climate change mitigation targets in line with the 1.5°C scenarios. This and more details are outlined further in our new Sustainability Report below.
Saving resources and reducing landfill
SkyCell embraces the circular economy principle. By managing the full lifecycle of our solutions, we reduce landfill and save resources. We use recyclable material in the production stage, and we design and maintain our containers so they are reusable for dozens of shipments.
Sustainable for you and the planet
Each SkyCell container transports 1-2 US or EU pallets at a reduced cost for both your business and the environment. Due to the prevention of redundant logistics procedures and the reduced volumetric weight of the hybrid, the solution saves an average 20% in business costs and up to 50% CO2 emissions per shipment.
SkyCell 1500C/CRT container requires three times less loading volume than conventional disposable solutions
Connect with our sustainability experts
Do you want to know how our solutions can help to mitigate your CO2 emissions and reduce waste? Get in touch with our sustainability department to find out what we do to help our clients and our planet.
Safe medicine for all
SkyCell has now released its second Annual Sustainability Report, detailing the progress made in achieving net-zero emissions within the entire supply chain and making pharma supply chains more sustainable.
Find out more about SkyCell’s progress towards achieving net-zero emissions by downloading this year’s annual report.
You can read last year’s report here.