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DSI Underground

Sandvik to acquire market leading underground safety solutions company DSI Underground.

Sandvik to acquire market leading underground safety solutions company DSI Underground

Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire DSI Underground, the global leader in ground support and reinforcement products, systems and solutions for the underground mining and tunneling industries. The company will be reported in Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions.

Sandvik completes the acquisition of Miranda Tools’ business

Sandvik has completed the previously announced acquisition of the entire business of the Indian company Miranda Tools, comprising the manufacture of High Speed Steel and solid carbide round tools.

Holiday Special: "Caring"

Meet Sandvik podcast: The development of Sandvik and social responsibility has gone hand in hand, starting with the social pathos of its founder Göran Fredrik Göransson.

Sandvik provides an update on cost measures and savings

As previously announced Sandvik 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 long-term cost measures and savings for the 2021

Optimizing stock levels of powder for additive manufacturing

HL: Position is filled (thesis project) HTML: Extra space Sandvik's division Additive Manufacturing offers a thesis project position within the area of optimization of stock levels for metal powder.

Mats W Lundberg, Head of Sustainability

Meet Sandvik podcast: “Sustainability and business go hand in hand,” states Mats W Lundberg, Head of Sustainability at Sandvik.

Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions

Business area Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions is a leading supplier of equipment, tools, parts, service and solutions for processing rock and minerals in the mining and construction industries. Applications include crushing, screening, breaking and demolition.

Women on the rise

Why is having more women working in the engineering and mining industry a business advantage?

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