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Partnership benefits communities

Sara Svensson and Rasmus Lundvik from Engineers Without Borders at the The Institute of Technology at Linköping University, Sweden, are upgrading the power system at a girls’ school in Chonyonyo, Tanzania. Sandvik has signed a long-term partnership agreement with Engineers Without Borders
Sara Svensson and Rasmus Lundvik from Engineers Without Borders at the The Institute of Technology at Linköping University, Sweden, are upgrading the power system at a girls’ school in Chonyonyo, Tanzania.

Digital deployment creates USD 100 billion in value

Sandvik has been working with mining customers on mine automation and remote monitoring of machines for more than 20 years. Sandvik and IBM are collaborating to develop new data-driven productivity and predictive maintenance offerings for the mining and rock excavation industry. The growth in

Supporting education in India

The Sandvik School on Wheels program complements the Every Child Counts campaign by providing education in sites where there is no school. Going to school is the best start in life there is. Sandvik in India, with the help of volunteers and staffers, ensures that more children are given such a

Satisfying a French appetite for innovation

The director and owner of French company SMPL, Olivier Goëtnick (left), as well as the company's technical chief, Gérard Jobin (right), are eager to try Sandvik's new product releases. Here with Josselin Blanchet of Sandvik Coromant in France (middle), who says the partnership

What creates a culture of innovation?

Sandvik employees love a good challenge. Case in point: when they recently let a giant Sandvik mining machine self-drive through a glass labyrinth. “Working with the latest technology to solve challenges that no one has ever really solved before, that keeps us interested and motivated to work
Jarkko Ruokojärvi at the glass labyrinth.

Helping a neighbor in need

Reconstruction of the school building will help students focus on learning again. When a rainstorm devastated a local school in rural Ghana, Sandvik answered the call for help. The students at Pakyi School No. 1 dream of becoming doctors, pilots and engineers. Their teachers encourage them to
Ghana School

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Meet Nina Åxman, Head of Global Operations

Listen to the podcast Subscribe to Meet Sandvik <br> More episodes Meet Elisabeth Lindstrom-Dupuy, General Manager North Asia Meet Urban Åberg, R&D Manager Meet Nadine Crauwels, President of Sandvik Coromant Meet Stefan Widing, President and CEO Meet Ulrika Wedberg, Head of

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