Filter news, press releases and features

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.

19 Oct 2017 , Feature

After 3000 km through Australia's desert, the MDH Solar Car, sponsored by Sandvik, crossed the finish line as no five in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

Three persons in factory.
12 Oct 2017 , Feature

A sustainable approach to business will contribute to ensuring long-term value creation, says Christina Båge Friborg, Head of Sustainable Business at Sandvik.

Strip production plant.
27 Sep 2017 , Feature

Improved energy efficiency and productivity save money, while also reducing environmental impact and carbon dioxide emissions. Sandvik has hundreds of projects that combine to have a positive effect on energy consumption in its operating activities.

DJSI logotype
7 Sep 2017 , News

Sandvik is once again selected as a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Index. The top 10% most sustainable companies in each respective industry are included.

25 Aug 2017 , Feature

Sandvik’s powder metallurgical materials, with their unique combination of high oxidation resistance and form stability, boost both productivity and energy savings.

Johan Kerstell, Jessica Alm, Jan Byfors and Albin Thureson.
21 Jun 2017 , News

Sandvik has initiated a long-term collaboration with Engineers Without Borders, Sweden and will become the organization’s Main Partner.

One of the vast chambers in the Bernburg salt mine.
13 Jun 2017 , Feature

Esco relies on modern mining equipment to produce roughly 2 million tons of salt each year from a 250-million-year-old underground deposit.

Operator at Hecla Greens Creek.
19 May 2017 , Press release

Hecla’s Greens Creek is the first US underground mine utilizing automated loading technology from Sandvik. The installation will enable increased productivity, improved safety and better cost control.

The new rod rack design.
16 May 2017 , Feature

Sandvik employees Darren Male and Mark Bannister turned a near-accident into safer rod racks.

Go to page: Previous , 1 , 2 , 3 (This page) , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , , 12 Next