At RanTek we believe that all companies should take a social responsibility for the world we all live in and benefit from.
In 2019 RanTek have decided to take our first step to integrate Corporate Social Responsibility into our business strategy by supporting social and environmental projects both locally and globally. Taking this responsibility is part of RanTek’s DNA. We care for our customers, partners and peers and we care for our planet and the people we share it with. Therefore, each year a percentage of our profits are dedicated to help people in need, the global environment, research into fatal diseases and protecting endangered species.
The projects RanTek will choose to support as part of our CSR program will be carefully selected and we will follow up on the progress and results of our support. It is important for us to work with reputable organizations that do their utmost to make a positive change, whether this be improving the quality of life for children diagnosed with cancer and other critical illnesses, providing infrastructure for schooling and education in some of the poorest countries in the world, or protecting and enhancing the global natural environment.
We take our role in supporting these causes very seriously and so in some cases, we’ll even be on site to support and evaluate the results. You’ll be able to keep up with our activity here on the CSR section of our website.
For RanTek it is essential to be a sustainable partner for our customers; we maintain a high ethics and take a significant role in social responsibility. By choosing RanTek as your partner or supplier you, our valued peers, can rest assured that you, too have supported the projects we have so carefully chosen.
The Major CSR project for RanTek in 2019 will be to work with “SEED Madagascar” to build three fully furnished classrooms at a Madagascan Primary School. To achieve this required funding of the construction of three new classrooms and sanitary facilities over the course of 5 months. This project will secure the schooling of 210 children.
Read more about the SEED Madagascar School Building project here.
Team Rynkeby sponsors organizations that support children suffering from critical illnesses, such as cancer.
The idea behind Team Rynkeby started in 2002, when 11 amateur cyclist decided to cycle to Paris to see the final stage of Tour de France. Ever since, the yearly event has grown both in size and donations. Today’s Team Rynkeby comprises 2,100 cyclists and 500 volunteers, divided into 54 local teams in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Germany. Last year Team Rynkeby managed to donate EUR 9.4 million to organizations that help children fighting critical illnesses.