Powder metallurgical materials boost productivity and sustainability in the electronics industry.
Materials such as bronze and iron have defined historic periods and changed our world. What will tomorrow’s world be built from?
When a rainstorm devastated a local school in rural Ghana, Sandvik helped rebuild it. “We really appreciate the new facility.”
The UN Sustainable Development Goals are having a profound impact on how many companies, including Sandvik, do business.
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Sandvik’s automated loaders and trucks have been working in real mines for over 20 years with zero accidents involving people.
“Working with the latest technology to solve challenges that no one has ever really solved before, that keeps us interested and motivated to work at Sandvik.”
The early-adopter philosophy made French company SMPL an invaluable product-testing partner for innovations in tooling.
Going to school is the best start in life there is. Sandvik in India ensures that more children are given such a start.
Nadine Crauwels is set to take Sandvik Coromant into digitalized manufacturing and sees the need to be creative and move quickly.
Deployment of digital technologies is expected to create as much as USD 100 billion value to resource-producing companies by 2035.
The opportunities to mining and manufacturing presented by digitalization require skills found in unexpected places.
Diversity brings perspectives and experiences that are necessary for continued success in a globalized world.
Increased connectivity and cloud-based solutions reduce costs, enhance productivity and manage variability in many industries.
Data has become a valuable resource, as advances in technology are transforming industries across the world.
The rise of hybrid technology represents a huge opportunity for suppliers to the automotive industry, experts say.
Technology students of the NGO Engineers Without Borders provide sustainable solutions for energy and water supply in Africa.