Customer success stories
Sjóvá, in harmony with society and the environment
Sustainability is an issue that is viewed across the ESG spectrum at Sjóvá. Climate change and natural disasters, for example, may well have a direct impact on operations. Being an insurer, Sjóvá assesses risks on a day-to-day basis. Climate risk assessments are carried out to better understand the risks caused by climate change and the impact of events such as wildfires, landslides, and floods. The aim is to mitigate the risk and enhance loss prevention.
Reykjanesbaer increased emphasis on environmental and climate issues
The municipality Reykjanesbaer was formed by the merger of the municipalities of Keflavík, Njarðvík and Hafnir on 11 June 1994. The municipality is located on the western side of the Reykjanes peninsula. It is the fourth largest municipality in the country with a population approx. 20,380 inhabitants. At the end of 2019, the Reykjanesbær City Council approved a comprehensive ESG policy for the municipality, setting tone for the municipality's sustainability journey for the next 10 years.
Kopavogur, data driven approach to sustainability
The municipality of Kópavogur places great emphasis on environmental issues and sustainable development is taken into account in decision-making, construction, operation, procurement and other activities on behalf of the town.
Íslandsbanki a catalyst for positive social action
Íslandsbanki is a leader in financial services in Iceland. Type of products and services include savings, lending, payment services and investment banking services. The bank has an asset management focused subsidiary. The Bank lends to companies and individuals with a 25- 40% market share across all domestic business segments.
ÞG Verk a sustainability focused construction company
ÞG Verk is a comprehensive construction company that has accumulated extensive work knowledge for 20 years by building all types of structures, e.g., power plants, schools, bridges, offices and apartments and factory buildings.
Eimskip: A North-Atlantic Transporting Company Sails Into Digitized Sustainability
Eimskip currently uses the sustainability tool to create quarterly environmental statements and yearly Sustainability Statements. With the automatic collection of activity data, data origin can be traced back to the supplier.
Húsasmiðjan, constant improvement for the environment
Húsasmiðjan is the leading hardware and home improvement chain in Iceland and a leading supplier for the construction industry. It was founded in 1956, making it the oldest operating hardware store in Iceland.
Arion Bank, in harmony with the environment
Arion Bank has adopted an environment and climate policy and has in recent years made green financial services, such as green car loans, deposits and mortgages, available to its customers. In the year 2021 the Bank issued its first comprehensive green financing framework. Arion Bank is a financially robust bank which places great importance on operating responsibly in harmony with society and the environment.
Hagar, a leading retailer in the Icelandic market
Hagar is a leading retailer in the Icelandic market and operates 38 stores within 2 grocery retail chains as well as 2 warehouses. Furthermore, Hagar operates through Olís 26 gas stations throughout the country, as well as 43 ÓB stations
Ölgerðin - a leading beverage manufacturer takes charge of its sustainable future
Ölgerðin is a progressive manufacturing company with a history dating back more than a century. Their products are household names throughout Iceland, and the company prides itself on providing excellent customer service and high-quality products.
Origo, a leading IT service company with a passion for sustainability
Origo is a leading Nordic IT service company that utilizes the ingenuity of its staff to help its customers to enhance their results, success and security. Origo has more than 50 years of experience in developing and operating IT systems and services both in Iceland and Sweden.