Licopharm OHG is an owner-managed company with the business purpose of production, sales and distribution of ecological packaging materials for temperature-controlled medical and pharmaceutical product shipping. The company is strategically well located in Lichtenfels (Upper Franconia).

It has all started in 2014 with the foundation of the company easy2cool. The easy2cool GmbH develops and produces ecological cool boxes and insulating packaging made of paper for temperature-sensitive goods.

Today, more than 1000+ existing customers from various industries already rely on the innovative paperfloc technology and use it for the sustainable shipping of foodstuffs requiring refrigeration.

The founders Marco Knobloch and Sebastian Leicht (left side) took the great trust of their customers and the know-how of many years as an opportunity to apply their proven technology also in the medical and pharmaceutical sector and so founded Licopharm OHG in 2021.

We stand for

Customer Satisfaction

Our customers are our partners. They are crucial to the success and existence of the company. We want to identify our customers’ wishes at an early stage and provide reliable solutions.

Continuous Improvement

Our goal is to continuously improve the quality and competitiveness of our products. We are dedicated to the continuous improvement of our quality management system.

Employee Satisfaction

Motivation of all employees is a fundamental basis for the success of our company. Therefore, it is our concern to inform our employees and to support them in the necessary knowledge and skills through training.

ZIM Cooperation Project of the Year

On the occasion of the Innovation Day for Medium Sized Companies (SMEs) 2021, easy2cool GmbH was honoured by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) as ZIM Cooperation Project of the Year for the development of the ecological paperfloc insulating packaging.
paperfloc technology is part of the Licopharm insulation boxes and The paperfloc technology was developed in cooperation with TU Dresden (Institute of Natural Materials Technology) as part of a ZIM R&D cooperation project.