Our commitment to sustainability extends to the environmental impacts of our people, operations, and products and services. As a global enterprise leading the way to a more sustainable future, Thermo King is focused on keeping transported food and perishables safe and fresh; delivering efficient and reliable small transportation solutions; heating, cooling and automating homes and buildings; and enhancing industrial productivity. From the efficiency of our buildings to our progress in managing energy, water and waste, we continue to find ways to reduce the company's impact on the environment and embed sustainability throughout our businesses.
We offer innovative and sustainable products to help our customers deliver temperature-critical products to people around the world safely and efficiently.
Sustainability is a greater purpose that allows us to make a positive impact on the world. We are committed to reducing our environmental footprint. View our 2030 Sustainability Commitment.
Thermo King improves the quality of life through innovative and sustainable solutions that help our customers deliver temperature-critical products to people around the world safely and efficiently. Thermo King pioneered transport refrigeration 80 years ago, and we continue to build on our legacy of leadership as we enhance the quality of life for generations to come.
We have a diverse team of inventive, collaborative and talented people who share a willingness to help, who are proud of their work and their company, and who are continuously looking for better ways to do things.
Our employees are committed to exceeding customer expectations. This commitment, in turn, leads to the operational excellence that ultimately drives growth, top-tier performance and better outcomes for society and the planet.
After 12 months, we have collected and distributed over 10,000 individual hospitality items. This has impacted 3,300 individuals and families in the US and Canada.
Hunger is an international epidemic, killing more people than AIDs, malaria and tuberculosis combined. Current figures indicate that there are 821 million people across the world who do not have enough to eat – this is an incomprehensible figure and a fact that many people don’t often think about.