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An ocean wave.
15 Mar 2016 , Feature

Sandvik materials chosen for unique wave energy conversion machine installed in front of Marina di Pisa beach in Italy.

11 Mar 2016 , News

Revolutionary online system meeting the requirements of modern tunneling.

Illustration of a turbocharger.
4 Mar 2016 , Feature

Sandvik’s face milling cutter is developed exclusively for machining of turbo exhaust housings in turbochargers, which makes vehicle engines run cleaner and more efficiently.

26 Feb 2016 , News

Sandvik has joined the Coalition for Energy-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) to support knowledge sharing and change in an area of high energy consumption.

20 Jan 2016 , News

Every year since 2004, RobecoSAM's "The Sustainability Yearbook" has listed the world's most sustainable companies in each industry as determined by their score in RobecoSAM's annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA).

3 Dec 2015 , Feature

Sanicro™ 25 is a next-generation austenitic stainless steel alloy developed by Sandvik to cope with extreme heat.

1 Dec 2015 , News

Sandvik Zimbabwe has been awarded the Swedish Workplace HIV and AIDS Program (SWHAP) Achievement Award 2015 in the category for Most Comprehensive program.

1 Dec 2015 , Feature

Sandvik MB670-1 bolter miner is the latest in a range of proven, productive and reliable bolter miners that increases productivity, reduces total cost of ownership and improves safety and ergonomics for operators.

21 Sep 2015 , News

Sandvik has been reconfirmed as a constituent of the Ethibel Sustainability Index (ESI) Excellence Europe effective as of September 21st, 2015. The selection by Forum ETHIBEL indicates that we are among the top performers in our sector in terms of sustainability.

10 Sep 2015 , News

Sandvik AB has been selected as a member of the prestigious DJSI World Index. This means that Sandvik is ranked among the top 10% economic, environmental and social performers in its industry globally.

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