The coronavirus pandamic drove a Sandvik tubing site in Germany to digitalize quickly, delivering its best quarterly turnover ever.
President and CEO of Sandvik Stefan Widing is convinced that collaboration and hard work will successfully get the company through these challenging times.
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World traveller Elisabeth Lidström-Dupuy found her calling in the engineering world.
For Talitha Groenewold, engineering opportunities are available for everyone, particularly at Sandvik
Sofia Hansson believes a mixture of gender and background brings dynamic innovation to the table.
Combining additive manufacturing with a light and strong material like titanium gives new sustainability advantages.
A number of activities are underway at Sandvik to fight back against the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a project for engineering students at the school, solar panels were installed at the Göranssonska Technical High School in Sandviken, Sweden.
Companies around the world are looking for opportunities to operate independently of the energy grid by generating renewable energy themselves.
Sigrid Göransson made Sandvik focus on social responsibility and improved conditions for the workers at a time when that was rare.
Strategic machine tool partnership doubles capacity at luxury watchmaker.
Digital twins replicate real products in the virtual world which allows for invaluable testing, saving time and money.
Exera ® ultra-fine wires are having a huge impact for those who have them inside their bodies.
Customers get a new lease on life for their worn-out equipment through comprehensive rebuild services.
Sandvik and Stamicarbon are offering to recycle high alloy steel from fertilizer customers in a special buy-back programme.
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