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Glass labyrinth
18 Sep 2018 , Feature

Sandvik’s automated loaders and trucks have been working in real mines for over 20 years with zero accidents involving people.

Jarkko Ruokojärvi at the glass labyrinth.
18 Sep 2018 , Feature

“Working with the latest technology to solve challenges that no one has ever really solved before, that keeps us interested and motivated to work at Sandvik.”

25 Jul 2018 , News

Sandvik has landed an order from CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. With the help of particle accelerators, scientists at CERN are trying to understand how the universe was once created and its fundamental structure.

28 May 2018 , Feature

Nadine Crauwels is set to take Sandvik Coromant into the digitalized world of manufacturing and sees the need to be creative and move quickly.

8 May 2018 , News

After more than 4,000 rusty bolts have been replaced with specially constructed high-alloy stainless bolts from Sandvik, the job has now been completed. But every end is a new beginning – and now a whole new chapter for the Vasa ship is launched, with bolts that will last for at least 150 years.

Award winners the Haglund medal 2018
27 Apr 2018 , News

Team from Sandvik Coromant awarded the “Wilhelm Haglund Medal to the Product Developer of the Year” for the development of a steel milling grade designed to give the customer a long insert tool life and stable production.

11 Apr 2018 , Feature

How can computer-game developers contribute to Sandvik? To develop digital concepts, we are finding fresh angles to innovation by leading think tanks and co-creating in new ways.

20 Mar 2018 , News

Robots will play an increasingly important role in business and life in general, going forward. Digitalization, machine learning and artificial intelligence are fast-forwarding advancements and opportunities.

Anders Lindh
1 Mar 2018 , Feature

Increased connectivity and cloud-based solutions help reduce costs, enhance productivity and manage variability in industries across the world. Sandvik's Anders Lindh explains the rationales.

22 Feb 2018 , Feature

Data is set to become the world's most valuable resource, as advances in technology – from robotics to artificial intelligence – are transforming industries across the world.

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