We are future activists. That commences with our solutions - and does not just cease there. On the contrary: We are always thinking about the origin of our raw materials. About what effects certain manufacturing processes might have. And in which packaging our products leave the factory. We prefer to ask one question too many rather than one too less. Also about ourselves. For example, as far as the heating supply in our offices is concerned. Or simply how every one of us can produce less waste at their workplace. This also has a lot to do with our guiding principle: BEKO TECHNOLOGIES. Better through responsibility.
- Highly efficient technology
- Sustainable solutions
- Resource-saving production
- Traceable raw material sources
- Energy-conscious concepts
Sustainability is more than just a buzzword for us. This is more about the meaningful, future-oriented harmony between ecology, economy and social issues.
The increasing expectations of not only our customers but also our staff with regard to energy and material consumption, which are therefore closely linked to the generation of emissions, waste or logistics costs, considerably affect the environmental perspective. Simultaneously, the economic side of the business with economic growth, networking with customers, dealers and suppliers, as well as corporate governance, must not be neglected. This applies equally to the social aspects with social equity, social engagement, ethical behaviour, more humane working conditions and a clear attitude for complying with law and order. This is also reflected again in our code of conduct.
Social engagement is firmly anchored in the company history and values of BEKO TECHNOLOGIES. . The commitment to socially responsible action was already established by company founder Berthold Koch as a central element of the corporate culture. This tradition is continued today in its spirit. One of the priorities is therefore promoting youth. BEKO TECHNOLOGIES participates in various projects with donations in kind and money and supports young people by financing school and study projects on their way to an independent future.
Over 3,000 homeless people have been accommodated and/or placed in new flats via Fifty-Fifty. It also supports projects for feeding the poor, homeless women's training homes, an emergency shelter where under-age children can sleep, drug addicted prostitutes and much, much more.
Around 17 children a born every day with a heart defect in Germany. The Fördergemeinschaft Deutsche Kinderherzzentren has been successfully involved in the continuous improvement of diagnostics and treatment methods for more than 20 years.
The work focuses on abandoned or neglected girls and boys as well as disadvantaged families.