We’re committed to responsible business conduct. For us, that means we’re making sustainability part of our day-to-day business, while also considering responsibility issues at the core of our growth strategy. We’re convinced that this is necessary to also guarantee the long-term growth and financial sustainability of our business.
TP Aerospace has been part of the UN Global Compact since 2017. With this, we committed to aligning our business strategy and operations with ten universally accepted principles within human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption and to taking action to advance broader societal goals.
Along with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, we’ve found that the UN Global Compact has provided us with a framework for a more structured and strategic approach to realizing our corporate responsibility.
Check out our career pages if you’re curious about the current opportunities for becoming part of our Green Team and joining us on our corporate responsibility journey.
Every year, we publish a report on our corporate responsibility policies, actions, risk, targets and performance.
Our Corporate Responsibility reporting covers the calendar year from January 1st to December 31st and is part of our annual financial report. The report serves as our Communication on Progress to the UN Global Compact and meets the requirements of the Danish Financial Statements Act section 99a and 99b.
We are partnering with Orbis International in their fight against avoidable blindness. The organization operates the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital on board an MD-10 aircraft and through the partnership, TP Aerospace supports Orbis with full exchange and maintenance of the aircraft’s wheels and brakes.
TP Aerospace has followed the work of the Flying Eye Hospital for years, and we are proud to be able to support the safe take-off and landing of the MD-10 and its crews by providing a full-service wheel and brake solution.
Since 1982, Orbis has been reaching tarmacs in some of the most remote areas of low- to middle-income nations by means of the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital on board an MD-10 aircraft. The MD-10 is a converted cargo aircraft, turned into a state-of-the-art teaching hospital, fully equipped with an operating room, classroom and recovery room.
Step on board and get a tour of the Flying Eye Hospital right here
… 75% of people who face blindness suffer from conditions that could be prevented, treated or cured?