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Sandvik CS550 cone crusher
9 Mar 2017 , News

Sandvik is showcasing several new innovative mining and rock excavation equipment solutions at the ongoing CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas, US.

9 Mar 2017 , News

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has announced an agreement with IBM to jointly develop market leading offerings in Data Driven Productivity and Predictive Maintenance services for the mining and rock excavation industry.

8 Mar 2017 , Feature

Today we celebrate the International women’s day by highlighting some our key competence in our organization, colleagues who are contributing to our customers’ success and our company’s development.

27 Feb 2017 , Feature

When Texas oil and gas supplier Knust-Godwin faced new challenges following a transition into small parts machining, Sandvik Coromant was there to help.

17 Feb 2017 , Feature

Digital developments are creating a host of new opportunities in industrial applications and processes. For Sandvik, this means an accelerated pace of launching new digital solutions that contribute to increase safety, reduce environmental impact and optimize efficiency.

26 Jan 2017 , Feature

In 1942, Wilhelm Haglund was entrusted with the task of investing time and money in a production unit for cemented-carbide tools. The result transformed the metal-cutting industry. Since then, Sandvik Coromant has developed several generations of inserts, coatings and geometries.

Top center drill bit
18 Jan 2017 , Feature

When a mining company in northern Sweden encountered an extremely hard and abrasive rock, Sandvik took on the challenge to develop an extraordinary tool.

Mining technician
30 Dec 2016 , Feature

Automation is a hot topic for both mining companies and their partners. At Sandvik, cross-functional teams works closely with customers to solve mining challenges in an effective way.

23 Dec 2016 , News

As from 1 January 2017 a new Product Area called Additive Manufacturing will be formed within Sandvik Machining Solutions.

22 Dec 2016 , Feature

A major German infrastructure project will see the redevelopment of the Stuttgart railway hub with four new stations and a new 57 km section of track. Sandvik is a partner in this project and contributes with technical know-how and equipment.

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