Sund & Bælt’s CSR policy is rooted in our values and in the Ten Principles of the UN’s Global Compact, which covers human rights – including labour rights, environmental protection and anti-corruption. Sund & Bælt is affiliated with the Global Compact.
Sund & Bælt associates itself with various programmes, including the Global Compact and Code of Conduct, to ensure excellent business ethics.
This commits us to be one of Denmark’s major infrastructure managers. Sund & Bælt’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) is to contribute to social, environmental and economic sustainability and thereby take responsibility for the surrounding community.
You can read about the social responsibility target for the current year here.
To apply for a sponsorship amount and/or free tickets to the Storebælt Bridge, companies/projects must complete the following application form.
The company should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; The company should ensure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses; The company should uphold…
A/S Storebælt supports projects related to technology, science and education by way of sponsorship amounts and/or free tickets to the Storebælt Bridge. Projects that improve the integration of socially disadvantaged groups, improve the environment and promote health and fitness, can apply for free tickets to the bridge. Sponsorships and free tickets are awarded five times a year.
Vision We aspire to be the leaders in financing, developing and operating user-paid infrastructure in Denmark and in Europe. Mission To enhance public mobility, we develop and operate our facilities…
Since 2012, Sund & Bælt has been donating IT equipment to Dhulikhel Hospital in Nepal, which is approximately 40 km south east of Kathmandu. All the usable IT equipment no longer needed at Sund & Bælt is collected and sent off to Dhulikhel Hospital.
Sund & Belt is supporting the Crack Cancer campaign 2013. The Danes have donated a record breaking sum of DKK 144 million. The Danish Cancer Society allocates funds to eight…