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Sandvik to acquire metrology and automation company DWFritz Automation

Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire US based DWFritz Automation Inc., a leading global provider of precision metrology, inspection- and assembly solutions for advanced manufacturing.

Christophe Sut new member of Sandvik’s Group Executive Management

Sandvik has appointed Christophe Sut as President of the Sandvik Manufacturing Solutions Business Area Segment and a new member of the Sandvik Group Executive Management, effective no later than 1 January 2022.
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Sandvik completes the acquisition of DSI Underground

Sandvik has completed the previously announced acquisition of DSI Underground, the global leader in ground support and reinforcement products, systems and solutions for the underground mining and tunneling industries.

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Sandvik to acquire leading CAM software company Cambrio

Sandvik has signed an agreement with Battery Ventures to acquire US-based Cambrio, a leading company with an end-to-end portfolio in CAD/CAM software for manufacturing industries.

Sandvik receives SEK 140 million of mining BEV orders in June

Sandvik received orders for battery-electric mining vehicles (BEVs) amounting to about SEK 140 million in June, marking Sandvik’s highest ever order intake for mining BEVs in a single month.


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Pioneering 3D printing in super-duplex stainless steel

Sandvik has ventured where no other company has gone: it has successfully 3D-printed components in super-duplex stainless steel.

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