By joining the UN-backed Science Based Targets initiative, Sandvik has formally committed to cutting its CO 2 emissions to net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest.
Teams across Sandvik are undertaking hundreds of projects that are helping the company reach net-zero emissions.
Sandvik can make the largest environmental impact through its products and solutions.
What does an imaginary creature from 1950s German literature have in common with a tool data management system of today?
The Swedish steel industry’s quest for fossil-free production has made electric heating solutions hotter than ever.
In developing advanced tools for machining aerospace components, sometimes all you need is a simple microscope.
Since spring 2021 Sandvik has signed agreements to acquire several companies in strategic growth areas.
With the acquisition of DSI Underground, Sandvik will continue to work toward increasing safety underground.
Automated, digitalized processes and AI-enhanced decisions reduce costs and free up time to spend on adding real customer value.
Technical students in Zambia are getting hands-on experience with donated equipment.
A small drill helps safeguard Zimbabwe rhinos.
For electric vehicle manufacturers the transmission is a crucial factor in keeping motor size down.
Irantzu Sacristán Pérez is fulfilling her dream of making the world a smarter place, one crazy idea at a time.
The momentum for mining electrification rides on a technology development that is set to accelerate rapidly, enabling substantial benefits for the industry.
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Reaching the full potential of mining electrification will require rethinking the fundamentals of mine equipment design.
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“In a couple of years electric equipment will be part of pretty much every contract,” says Henrik Ager, President of Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions.
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