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Meet Sandvik 1 2021 published

A new issue of our corporate magazine Meet Sandvik is available. It includes an interview with CEO Stefan Widing who talks about our updated strategy and new purpose. ​​​​

Nadine Crauwels new member of the Sandvik Group Executive Management

Sandvik has appointed Nadine Crauwels as new member of the Sandvik Group Executive Management as of 1 October 2020.

Sandvik completes divestment of minority holding in Xiamen Golden Egret Special Alloy Co., Ltd. (Gesac)

Sandvik Machining Solutions has completed the previously announced divestment of its 10% minority ownership in Gesac, a Chinese joint venture originally formed in 2005.

Sandvik Capital Markets Day in November 2020 to be held as a virtual event

Sandvik invites institutional investors, financial analysts and financial media to a virtual Capital Markets Day on 3 November.

Sandvik acquires Allied Construction

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has signed an agreement to acquire Allied Construction Products LLC (Allied).

Sandvik provides an update on cost measures and savings

As previously communicated Sandvik has initiated measures across the group to mitigate effects from the Covid-19-pandemic, with actions supporting savings both short-term and long-term. Today, Sandvik provides an update on the current status of the cost measures and savings.

Invitation - presentation of Sandvik’s report of the second quarter 2020

Sandvik will publish its second quarter results on Thursday, 16 July 2020 at approximately 11.30 CEST.

Sandvik acquires Miranda Tools’ business

Dormer Pramet, a division within Sandvik Machining Solutions, has reached an agreement to acquire the entire business of the Indian company Miranda Tools, comprising manufacture of High Speed Steel and solid carbide round tools.

Sandvik announces layoffs in Sweden within Sandvik Materials Technology

As communicated in the quarterly report for the first quarter, saving measures have been initiated throughout Sandvik due to the challenging market situation following the Covid-19-pandemic. Today, Sandvik gave notice of layoffs in Sweden for 429 positions within its business area Sandvik Materials

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