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Supplier management

Develop sustainable procurement practices Improve supply base sustainability performance Enhance the sustainability profile of acquired goods and services Put in place processes & procedures to support the Policy implementation 1) Build internal capacity Integrate sustainability in the

Lars Bergström

President of the Sandvik Machining Solutions business area

The Haglund Medal

Award winners 2020: Coating method for Tiger-Tec® Gold grades for metal cutting 2019: Sandvik DD422i and Sandvik DD422iE mining jumbos 2018: GC 1130 PVD-coated cemented carbide grade for milling products 2017: Powder-based material for high-temperature applications 2016: Development of

Sandvik Materials Technology

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Diversity and inclusion

Diversity and inclusion in our workplace provides us with a strong competitive advantage. Having the right mix of people, which more accurately mirror our markets, will enrich our relationships with our customers and support our development. We know that diverse teams are more effective. Our

Circularity in our operations

By using recycled material in our production processes, such as recovered metal resources and repurchased used tools, and by developing a valuable use for the by-products from our operations, we can increase our contribution to a more circular society. Raw materials and input materials To

Health and safety

Related stories HTML: Extra space Ensuring a safe and healthy workplace is always a first priority. We operate in heavy industry, where the work environment can hold several potential risk elements. It is vital that all employees are aware of hazards and potential risks and that there is

Energy consumption

The tables show total energy consumption for Sandvik, broken down by renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Total energy consumption Unit 2016 2017 2018 2019 MWh 2,229,168 2,269,660 2,234,646 2,207,850 TJ 8,025 8,171 8,045 7,948 Non-renewable energy Split by energy types: HTML: Extra space

Henrik Ager

President of the Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology business area

Towards a fossil-free site

Sandvik's industrial area in Sandviken, Sweden. Since 2019, all internal vehicles previously run by diesel at the Sandvik industrial area in Sandviken, Sweden run on biofuel HVO100. This change leads to a net reduction of our carbon dioxide emissions from internal transport by as much as about

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