Sustainability is solidly embedded in Danish and Nordic architectural traditions.
In the Danish agriculture and food industry, responsibility is about providing
solutions to the challenges from society, whether they are local, national or global.
Danish breweries have a responsibility towards consumers, the environment and society
Danish companies in the water sector contribute significantly to secure clean,
safe and affordable drinking water, water for production and wastewater treatment
- both in Denmark and globally.
For the last 20 years, Danish graphic companies have focused on social, environmental
and working environment conditions in the industry.
The presentation of six company examples is intended to illustrate how Danish companies
through dialogue and cooperation have taken initiatives to prevent or solve violations
of human and labour rights, environmental regulations and conventions or corruption.
Working systematically to ensure a stable supply and a constant focus on safe and
sustainable production has put the highly efficient Danish energy sector firmly on
the global map.
The building and construction industry is one of the main industries in the Danish
Danish furniture industry is known for its excellent design, where form and function
combine in a higher unity.
Wind energy forms an important part of the energy infrastructure in many countries.
Danish textile and fashion companies are among the world leaders when it comes
to improving the work environment and introducing environmental management, resource
economy and cleaner technologies.
The Danish Transport and Logistics Association (DTL) is the trade organisation
for the Danish road and rail transport sector.
The Danish Design tradition has often been celebrated for its aesthetics, craftsmanship
The Danish Detergent Industry (SPT) consists of about 25 companies ranging from
small and medium-sized enterprises to large multinationals active both in the industrial
& institutional (I&I) domains and the consumer goods market.
A day without plastics is unthinkable in a modern, sustainable society. Plastics
is used in an endless number of items in our daily lives and is extremely valuable
for the individual and society.
Danish shipping companies handle around 7 percent of total world tonnage and transport
10 percent of the world’s seaborne trade.
The Danish Coatings and Adhesives Association encompasses 32 companies. At a very
early stage, the Danish Coatings and Adhesives Association together with the industry
acknowledged its responsibility for reducing unwanted and harmful substances.
The Danish healthcare and welfare industry has a good reputation around the world.
Danish companies have caught sight of Myanmar (formerly Burma). In April 2012,
the EU suspended its trade sanctions, and thus the country was open to investment
from the U.S. and Europe. Since then, many trade delegations visited the country,
and in August 2014 Denmark opens its own embassy.