CTK Bio is a research, development and manufacturing Canadian cleantech company that converts wasted by-products into biodegradable / compostable plastic pellets and other high value materials designed to break down in managed and unmanaged environments.

Company History

CTK stands for Cosmetics Technics Korea. A leading innovator in formulation and cosmetic packaging with more than 280 patents and offices in North America, Europe, China and Taiwan. CTK works for large multinational partners in the cosmetics industry including Chanel, Dior, Givenchy, Loreal, MAC, NARS, NYX, Kat Von D, Sephora, Marc Jacobs, Smashbox, Zara, and others. CTK Bio is the newest addition to the CTK Group.

Over the last 20 years, CTK has discovered advanced technologies and formulas, while collaborating with cosmetic R&D centers, university labs, and design labs to provide the fi nest products to our partners. Not only that, through industry-academic cooperation, CTK is steadily expanding the scope in all industries, primarily beauty by contributing papers to famous scientific journals such as ACS (American Chemical Society). Since the foundation of Cosmetics Technics Korea 2001 (KOSDAQ: CTK Co Ltd), the CTK Group continues to expand its services and business across the globe with the establishment of CTKCLIP, CTK Brand Lab, CTK E-Vision, CTK Investment, CTK Fulfillment, CTK Bio.

CTKCLIP continues to grow as the world’s best beauty full-service company that enables beauty brands to complete the process of branding to design, content creation, product planning and development, production and logistics in just one step.


To accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable materials


Caring, Integrity, Cooperation, Respect


To provide businesses with environmentally friendly solutions


R&D lab establised
Industrial-scale resin plant established


Commercial production rollout


Polymer synthesis lab-scale plant set up; sponsored by the City of Vancouver


Polymer synthesis pilot-scale plant set up; sponsored by the City of Vancouver


Industrial-scale resin plant expansion