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Nic Christiansen CSR
Nic Christiansen CSR
Nic Christiansen CSR

Corporate Social Responsibility

We believe in treating one another respectfully, behaving responsibly and running our business accountably. This is an integrated part of our company culture, something we strive towards every day. It comes before all else. 

When we work with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as part of the company's strategy today, it is to ensure that the respect, responsibility and accountability is incorporated into the system so that we can visualise and maintain those actions and activities we want our company to be known for. 

CSR work must also ensure that when we expand our company, we maintain these elements of our business together with our company values, and incorporate them in any new entities that we either acquire or establish. 

There are three key sources to our CSR work: Ethics, employees and the environment. Together with our values these form the foundations of our approach to CSR and responsible business operations.

Ethics 
Ethics is the overall term for activities that ensure we run our business in a way that always adheres to applicable legislation, guidelines, safety regulations, etc. Herein lies our responsibility towards our customers, society and business partners. Our ethical guidelines are based on the international principles described in the UN Global Compact principles. 

Employee relations
Over the years, the group's employees have built up a significant and unique knowledge about the automotive industry. Exciting work projects, interesting products and an excellent staff policy attract and retain the required skills. Annual employee reviews and measurement of employee satisfaction continually monitor welfare and knowledge resources in relation to existing and forthcoming work projects. Ongoing training is held within management development and personal knowledge, just as the group follows the technical training organised by the manufacturers.

We are an ambitious group. The culture is informal, and it's a place where life is often fast=paced. This places demands on the individual employee, demands for flexibility and the willingness to adapt. Demands that require us to express ourselves constructively about how to do our job in the best possible way, and how to achieve our full potential. Meanwhile we also focus on the 'whole' person and work-life balance. We like to take care of our employees, so that they take care of the group. We focus on providing a safe working environment and employee welfare. We want to contribute towards our employees' development, so that they are prepared for jobs both today and in the future, and we take responsibility for training new employees in the industry we work in.

Environment and quality consideration
The group has prepared its environment policy so that it considers the environment to the greatest extent possible and meets legislative requirements. An environmentally responsible policy is pursued, which is evident though our recycling efforts, energy savings and fuel-effective cars. We strive to re-use as many of the materials that are consumed/used as part of the group's production, and environmental protection is used for all chemicals applied.

International principles 
NCG bases its work on acting responsibly when it comes to internationally recognised principles within human rights, employee rights, environment and anti-corruption.

These principles are founded in the UN Global Compact principles. These are continually followed and incorporated in guidelines and policies throughout the group. The principles can be viewed  here >>


Address: Sjællandsvej 1 · 6000 Kolding · Denmark · Phone: (+45)7015 1599 · E-Mail: mail@nc.dk 

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The history of the Nic. Christiansen Group began in 1967, with the import of BMW. The company's primary activities today are the import of Hyundai, Honda, SsangYong, Land Rover and Jaguar, owning three car trading chains, Terminalen, Bayern AutoGroup and British MotorGroup as well as leasing and financing company NCG Finans.

The Nic. Christiansen Group has operations in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Baltic States and employs approx. 630 employees.