Meditec was founded in 1976 and has always been located in Denmark.
We are an owner-managed and Danish-owned company, and we underwent a generational change in 2017.
Since 2017, we have experienced strong growth, and in 2021 we established a new state-of-the-art factory in Helsingør.
MISSION & VISION
Meditec wishes to be the preferred partner for the healthcare industry for the development, manufacture and assembly of plastic solutions.
Meditec is primarily interesting for companies with products in:
We offer our customers:
To be full-line suppliers and partners for the customer from the concept phase to the finished product
To be an upscale partner and assist customers with the process from prototype to scaled production
To deliver high volume, including
for customers who bring their own equipment
We aim to be the best in the industry in terms of quality, delivery reliability and efficiency.
Our newly established factory is configured for the lowest possible energy consumption, including the use of large, free-cooling capacity and modern, energy-saving machinery.
We aim to achieve a carbon-neutral production facility, where we recycle all raw materials or sell used raw materials for recycling.
We work according to the principles of ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, and we take environmental considerations into account in all our investments in machinery.
SP Group (Meditec) and all its subsidiaries and affiliated companies are committed to providing a business environment where a high level of integrity and responsibility is encouraged and safeguarded.
Accordingly, we have set up a Whistleblower program providing safe access for anyone related to SP Group to raise concerns of suspected violations of SP Group policies and guidelines, laws and regulations as well as any other serious irregularities.
WHO: The system can be used by all SP Group customers, suppliers, business partners, employees, managers, auditors, lawyers, consultants and other stakeholders related to SP Group.
WHAT: The Whistleblower program can be used to report any potential concern regarding serious irregularities, e.g. bribery, theft, accounting irregularities, extortion, embezzlement, discrimination as well
as violations of SP Group’s Supplier Code and the United Nations’ 17 sustainable development goals.
Concerns or issues about personal matters such as collaboration challenges, dissatisfaction with salary or other employment terms are out of scope of the Whistleblower program. Such issues of concerns should be reported to a manager or HR.
HOW: To report a concern to the Whistleblower program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email will go directly to Hans-Henrik Eriksen, Chairman of SP Group’s Audit Committee and an independent, shareholder-elected member of SP Group’s Board of Directors. No SP Group managers and employees have access to this email.
When receiving a report, the Chairman of the Audit Committee will make an immediate screening to uncover if a report is unfounded or warrants further investigation. If a report is found to warrant further investigation, an investigation will be initiated. The Chairman of the Audit Committee must not disclose the identity of the whistleblower to anyone not directly involved in the investigation. SP Group prohibits any retaliation against a whistleblower.
Reporting can be done anonymously, or you may choose to identify yourself.
If you wish to remain anonymous, do not report from a PC provided by your employer or a PC connected to your employer’s network/intranet – and do not write your name and/or other personal details. Regardless of whether or not you choose remain anonymous or you disclose your name, we will ask you to make yourself available for further enquires via a post box or an anonymous email account because we may not be able to finalize the investigations without further information from you.