Corporate Social Responsibility

As a company we take our social responsibility seriously. We want to make a positive contribution to our local communities and to act protectively to the environment. We accept that responsibility because it is the very nature and culture of our company. As a value driven company operating according to our fundamental values, we have always strived to be an asset to the local community.

Social responsibility - our actions make an impression

Our philosophy is to speak through actions. We act where we leave a footprint, and we are primarily doing this through our employees. Through continuous education and development of our employees, we influence our local area positively We focus locally by allowing all of our facilities to contribute to the local community through charitable organizations that are close to them. Each of our companies has the possibility and freedom to support charitable events of their own choice instead of operating a corporate charity program.

We support the local community

Elstock sponsorship to HA85 – a local football club where we sponsor all of the club's 38 teams BORG Automotive Poland - sponsorship to the local hospital's pediatrics unit BORG Automotive Poland - Financial support for the purchase of new equipment Cooperation with educational institutions - we proactively seek to help students, be it for small projects, dissertations or company visits.

UK Modern Slavery Act 2015

Borg Automotive is a 100 % owned subsidiary of Schouw & Co. Here you can find our statement regarding the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Doctors Without Borders

Every year, since 2012, we have supported Doctors Without Borders with a donation made in the name of our partners. The organization help people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters or exclusion from health care.

Since 1980, MSF has opened offices in 28 countries and employs more than 30,000 people across the world. Since its founding, MSF has treated over a hundred million patients-with 8.3 million outpatient consultations being carried out in 2012 alone.MSF has also maintained its institutional and financial independence, and the organization has continued to be criticial of both itself and the broader aid system when appropriate, all in the name of trying to help direct more effective and timely aid to those who need it most

You can find more about Doctors Without Borders here.