Sustainability and ESG

Sustainability and ESG

SCANCON Encoders A/S is committed to contributing and participating in the sustainability agenda.

As an industrial manufacturer and essential link in the value chain of both clients and suppliers, we are positioned at a crucial intersection with many stakeholders. As such, we know that we must take action and be a driving force when it comes to implementing the sustainability into our strategies and execution.

Moving forward, we are committed to not only acting, but also showing transparency when it comes to our ESG reporting. In 2024 we released our very first Sustainability Report, highlighting the key areas we work with across environmental, social, and governmental parameters.

Read our Sustainability Report 2023 here.

For questions regarding our sustainability efforts and reporting, please contact ESG Manager Rasmus Stryhn Seitzberg at


What we expect from our partners

At SCANCON Encoders A/S, we value our partnerships and recognize the pivotal role our partners play in our sustainability journey. As we strive to act on sustainability within our industry, we expect our partners to share our commitment to responsible business practices and compliance with international standards.

In alignment with our commitment to ethical sourcing, we expect our partners to ensure that their supply chains are free from conflict minerals. This involves conducting thorough due diligence to trace the origin of minerals used and to certify that they do not finance, or benefit armed groups in conflict-affected regions. Read our statement on Conflict Minerals here.

With regards to regulatory compliance, such as REACH, RoHs and WEE, read more here


We are members of UN Global Compact

At SCANCON, we believe that taking responsibility is a central part of corporate sustainability.

To anchor our commitment, we have joined UN Global Compact and incorporate their Ten Guiding Principles in our company values and strategies. That means, that when we make decisions regarding partners, profits, suppliers, and projects, we take into consideration these ten principles to best of our ability. This includes respect for universally recognized principles on human rights, labour rights, the environment, and anti-corruption. Read more about the Ten Principles here.