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14 Jul 2015 , News

Sandvik AB has been reconfirmed as a member of the prestigious FTSE4Good Index Series, an index that measures Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performances of companies worldwide.

25 Jun 2015 , News

Christina Båge-Friborg, Head of Sustainable Business at Sandvik, spoke at the international negotiations for the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations in New York and at the UN Global Compact’s second Business for Peace annual event.

16 Jun 2015 , Feature

India’s Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL), the world’s leading zinc producer, has a big ambition: They want to become No. 1 in the world when it comes to safety.

5 Jun 2015 , News

Today is World Environmental Day. This year’s UNEP World Environment Day theme is: “Seven billion dreams. One planet. Consume with care."

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5 Jun 2015 , Feature

When Spike the elephant broke his tusks, the keepers at Calgary Zoo got a little innovative dental help from their friends.

4 Jun 2015 , Feature

Stuart Evans has been working around heavy industry since his university years. He’s spent most of this time in mining, but he has also worked in oil and gas and nuclear facilities. Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) issues are therefore nothing new for the Global Head of Environment, Health and Safety, Sandvik Group.

29 May 2015 , Feature

In many ways, Sandvik is taking the lead in creating a safer environment for its customers through its products, methods and expertise.

11 May 2015 , Feature

At Sandvik's manufacturing facility in Pune, the day care center has opened up big opportunities to attract employees with diverse perspectives. One way of walking the talk when it comes to diversity and inclusion.

10 May 2015 , Feature

Sandvik is providing technological solutions to Japanese companies seeking to reduce their energy consumption in response to the new reality of higher electricity prices since the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

8 May 2015 , Feature

Nothing is as efficient as nature. That is why German automation company Festo has stepped into the wild to apply biological principles to the world of engineering.

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