Business area Sandvik Materials Technology has become the stand-alone, listed company Alleima.
We are forward thinkers, driven by our passion to continuously innovate smarter solutions and enable important shifts.
Find out what some of our employees have to say about their jobs and their way into Sandvik.
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Our stories show how technology, ideas and people intersect to create a better tomorrow.
Meet Sandvik podcast: Melita Hegarty is committed to making the world a more diverse and inclusive place.
Meet Jere Laitervo, Global Graduate Program, Tübingen, Germany.
Meet Nicole Xu, Global Graduate Program, Stockholm, Sweden.
Meet sustainable-engineer-in-the-making Evan Larrick from the Global Graduate Program participant.
The Sandvik Ideas Hub is an interactive way to derive sustatinable development by exchanging and evolving ideas.
Sandvik Coromant India has taken multiple steps to increase diversity and enable more female engineers in its workshops, particularly during night shifts.
Recycled materials and converting to electric helps Norwegian company Glasopor stay sustainable.
This year, it is one hundred years since stainless steel was manufactured for the first time at Sandvik and in Sweden. After the first melting in April 1921, Sandvik started regular tube production, followed by wire and strip.
Precision parts manufacturer Don Schumacher Motorsports collaborates with Sandvik to keep winning on the racetrack and expand into industries as diverse as aerospace and defense.
A mining automation concept vehicle from Sandvik gives a unique and real hands-on preview of how the latest technologies can make the mining industry more safe, efficient and sustainable.
Sandvik has updated its strategy for an increased focus on growth. Six strategic objectives, well-defined measurables and a new purpose are the building blocks of the future.
At Sandvik, diversity and inclusion is a central part of the business strategy.
Supercritical water gasification has the potential to help countries make a seamless switch to renewable energy.
How Charles Darwin inspired tomorrow's AI-driven smart packaging.
The medical wire business within Sandvik was looking to expand operations in the US, but the pandemic hindered our search for a new site. So, they did it entirely virtual instead.
Why is having more women working in the engineering and mining industry a business advantage?
As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.
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