Memberships

Confederation of Danish Industries (DI)

DI is a Danish employers’ association funded, owned and managed entirely by 10,000 companies within the manufacturing, trade and service industries. The association is involved in policy advocacy, consulting and advisory services and networking.
Two of the companies in BIC Group — BIC Electric Sp. z o.o. (membership no. 749009) and BIC Electric Danmark ApS (membership no. 961162) — are members of DI, which means we comply with collective agreements and labour regulations in Denmark.

Danish Wind Industry Association

The Danish Wind Industry Association bands together Danish stakeholders and enterprises with about 250 members. Among them are wind turbine manufacturers, energy companies and a wide range of companies that provide components, services and consultancy.

The Association organizes numerous networking events for sharing and exchanging experiences as well as promotes the interests of it members both in Denmark and abroad.

DWIA - Danish Wind Industry Association logo

Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)

The mission of EEN is to create a networking platform for SMEs to grow internationally and become innovative. The organization has local offices which provide advice, market intelligence and various kinds of support to the entrepreneurs wanting to succeed on the European market.
BIC Electric has had had tremendous success with the membership of EEN. In fact, this is how we came into contact with our very treasured customer Imtech Belgium BV.

Offshoreenergy.dk (OEDK)

Offshoreenergy.dk is a non-profit network for Danish offshore companies within oil & gas and renewables. OEDK offer a wide range of events in the offshore sector as well as membership of network groups.
BIC Electric is a member of the network group ‘Offshore Vind Sydjylland’.

Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce (SPCC)

The Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce (SPCC) is an association created by business people and entrepreneurs associated with Scandinavia. SPCC’s head office is located in Warsaw, but the organization is active throughout the country through regional representatives operating in Krakow, Poznan, Tricity, Szczecin and Wrocław. Currently, SPCC brings together over 340 members and is one of the largest bilateral chambers in Poland. Its main objectives are to support Scandinavian-Polish business interests and promote the traditional values associated with Scandinavia: fair competition, transparency, gender equality, CSR and respect for the environment.

Danish Export Association

Danish Export Association, founded in 1965, is a networking platform for 560 Danish businesses in the goods and services industries.

The Association facilitates interaction between the Danish businesses and their foreign customers by organizing networking events, export campaigns, involvement in international trade fairs and exhibitions.

BIC Electric holds memberships of these subgroups:

Danish Water Technology Group

Denmark has been developing sustainable, energy efficient solutions for many years, with the main focus on combining quality, energy efficiency and cost effectiveness. This makes Danish suppliers valuable partners that offer a high level of know-how and experience.

Danish Oil & Gas Technology Group

DOGTG is the largest Danish group within the oil and gas industry and represents a wide range of specialist skills, technology and products. The suppliers are pioneers in developing new technologies and make oil and gas production more sustainable and energy efficient.

Danish Food Tech Group

DFTG consists of the best Danish suppliers to the global food industry. They have all the experience, know-how and necessary skills when creating innovative and reliable products and solutions aimed at the global food industry.

Danish Fish Tech Group

Danish Fish Tech Group is the largest Danish supplier group to the global fishing, aquaculture and seafood processing industries. They are experts in energy efficient solutions and low operating and maintenance costs.

German-Danish Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber was founded in 1992 and its head office is located in Copenhagen. It is the largest German-Danish networking platform with more than 630 member companies. It promotes and strengthens the economic relations between Germany and Denmark, being the interface for business cooperation for both countries.

Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce

This bilateral chamber has the largest number of member companies in Poland and is one of the largest German Foreign Chambers of Commerce and Industry (AHK) in the world.

It represents the interests of around 1,000 member companies and has been working for the development of Polish-German economic relations since the late 1990’s.