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EcoVadis

Sandvik has been awarded a platinum medal by EcoVadis in its annual assessment of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), which puts Sandvik amongst the top 1 percent of evaluated companies. EcoVadis is a provider of business sustainability ratings, including more than 75,000 companies in its

Cecilia Felton

Vice President Group Control and acting Chief Financial Officer

Digitalization

We enable companies in many industries to make the most of digitalization to boost productivity and become more sustainable. From connected mines with self-driving machines and solutions for predicted maintenance to closed-loop manufacturing solutions and digital twin technologies.

Business Partner Code of Conduct

Sandvik is committed to contributing to sustainable development for present and future generations. This includes identifying, preventing, mitigating, and accounting for adverse environmental, human rights and governance impacts in our own operation and supply chain, and we expect the same

Corporate brand

Sandvik is both a distinct corporate brand and a commercial brand for a part of our offering.

Stories

In presenting groundbreaking solutions and trend-setting innovation, our stories show how technology, ideas and people intersect to create a better tomorrow.

Business model

Sandvik’s business model is based on close customer cooperation where we create value through products and services contributing to enhanced productivity and sustainability.

Carbon and energy

Sandvik is working to ensure that every individual site in the company has an action plan to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions (CO 2 ).

Waste

Circularity is a key aspect for Sandvik and we reuse and recycle to offset the use of raw materials and reduce waste. Total waste decreased by 2 percent. In 2020, 18 of Sandvik’s production-related sites reported a 100 percent waste recovery rate. Sandvik recycles both steel and cemented

Water

About 90 percent of our manufacturing activities take place in areas where there is an abundance of water. Nonetheless, water use is closely monitored and many measures are taken to minimize consumption, including circulation of cooling water as a means to reduce the need for fresh water.

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