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31 May 2018 , News

On June 5, the United Nations’s World Environment Day is celebrated across the globe. Sandvik strives to minimize its environmental footprint and we put a lot of effort into making our offerings and our production better from a sustainability perspective.

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.

17 Apr 2018 , News

A new district heating project will replace oil with biofuels at the Sandvik Coromant site in Gimo, Sweden. The investment reduces carbon dioxide emissions corresponding to heating of 230 villas and reduces costs significantly.

8 Mar 2018 , Feature

For Sandvik, diversity is an important tool in creating favorable business results. With global operations and customers in more than 150 countries, seizing all sorts of perspectives and experiences is a necessity for continued success.

7 Feb 2018 , News

For the ninth consecutive year, Sandvik has been included in RobecoSAM’s world renowned sustainability publication.

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23 Jan 2018 , Press release

Today the 2018 iteration of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World (Global 100) index was released during the World Economic Forum in Davos. Sandvik is included in the list for the first time and ranked 65 overall.

11 Jan 2018 , Feature

The rise of hybrid technology represents a huge opportunity for suppliers to the automotive industry, experts say.

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28 Nov 2017 , News

Sandvik will engage in a project with Engineers Without Borders with the aim to complement the electricity supply to, for example, schools and hospitals.

Kristian Egeberg and Mikael Schuisky
10 Nov 2017 , Feature

As an emerging manufacturing process, additive manufacturing not only has the potential to change the landscape for product development, manufacturing and logistics, it can also improve sustainability across a variety of industries.

Sara Svensson and Rasmus Lundvik from Engineers Without Borders at the The Institute of Technology at Linköping University, Sweden, are upgrading the power system at a girls’ school in Chonyonyo, Tanzania.
3 Nov 2017 , Feature

As a new partner to Engineers Without Borders Sweden, Sandvik will contribute with technical expertise, project management skills and international experience to strengthen the NGO's volunteer projects.

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