CSafe company history
In 1979, the company—then called Energy Storage Technologies—was founded in southwest Ohio by a father and son missionary team. While abroad in underdeveloped countries, they witnessed death and suffering due to the spoilage of life-saving biologics, vaccines, and medicines—spoilage caused by poor temperature management during transit. After returning to the United States, they were determined to address the need for improved cold chain packaging and began developing and manufacturing high-performance (VIP) insulation to ensure that patients around the world would have access to thermally stable, life-enhancing pharmaceuticals.
In 2005, after years of growth and success, the company acquired AcuTemp Thermal Solutions, later merging with CSafe LLC in 2012 to form CSafe Global. In 2016, CSafe Global acquired Kalibox, continuing to broaden its commercial footprint in Europe and expand its portfolio of cold chain packaging solutions.
Today, CSafe Global is the only full-line provider of both active and passive cold chain packaging solutions addressing the temperature management needs of pharmaceutical and life science companies around the globe.