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With the acquisition of DSI Underground, Sandvik will continue to work toward increasing safety underground.

Automated, digitalized processes and AI-enhanced decisions reduce costs and free up time to spend on adding real customer value.

Technical students in Zambia are getting hands-on experience with donated equipment.

A small drill helps safeguard Zimbabwe rhinos.

For electric vehicle manufacturers the transmission is a crucial factor in keeping motor size down.

Irantzu Sacristán Pérez is fulfilling her dream of making the world a smarter place, one crazy idea at a time.

The momentum for mining electrification rides on a technology development that is set to accelerate rapidly, enabling substantial benefits for the industry.

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Reaching the full potential of mining electrification will require rethinking the fundamentals of mine equipment design.

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“In a couple of years electric equipment will be part of pretty much every contract,” says Henrik Ager, President of Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions.

As part of her thesis program, Tove Engvall analyzed how collecting rainwater can help optimize production processes.

What is the best way to grow talent, and offer students training and career opportunities? An apprenticeship program!

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Etching data matrix codes on its products improve traceability and boost sustainability goals at the Sandvik company Seco.

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

On June 23, we celebrate International Women in Engineering Day. Meet Memory Phiri, Sandvik, Zambia.

June 23 is International Women in Engineering Day. We talked to Celina Kaji in Brazil about her career choice.

Åsa Wiklund is retiring after five decades with Sandvik, years that have passed very fast.

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