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By offering world-leading tooling solutions and close partnerships with automakers around the world, we have played a critical role in the evolution of the automotive industry for decades.

As manufacturers seek production gains to ensure profitability, new productivity criteria will continuously have to be met. Sandvik, as the world’s no. 1 supplier of metal-cutting tools, tooling systems, software and know-how, is providing the cutting-edge solutions that today’s automotive manufacturers need to succeed.

Light materials, hybrid and electric cars with more efficient batteries and downsizing in combustion engines are examples of technological developments car manufacturers need to adapt to. With a solid line-up of product launches based on extensive R&D, digitalization and knowledge sharing, we will continue to help our customers address important challenges and shape the cars of tomorrow.

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Sandvik Coromant has an extensive offer in machining solutions for the automotive industry.

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Sustainability, Innovation, People

Oct 4, 2023 11:03 AM CET

Driving to new world records

With just under one kilogram of hydrogen, Dormer Pramet tools, and a great deal of determination, a team of students was able to beat a Guinness World Record.
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Sandvik tools enter the digital age

By combining tools with digital processes, Sandvik can offer customers more efficient and sustainable manufacturing solutions.
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Sustainability, Innovation

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A world-first recycling scheme

TopImage Sandvik is implementing a unique cemented carbide recycling program. It will provide huge benefits to customers, local communities and the planet.
A world-first recycling scheme