Articles

Filter articles by topic
Teaser type: Video

Water supply, sanitation and education are focus areas driven by Engineers Without Borders Sweden. As the main partner of EWB-SWE, Sandvik contributes to the development of rural areas in Tanzania.

Oleksandra Matviichuk heads up Ukranian human rights organization Center for Civil Liberties, which was awarded the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize.

A Sandvik research team has received funding to investigate if it’s possible to replace cobalt in the company’s Rock Tools drill bits.

Josse Coudré has spent his entire career adapting strategies to drive growth, regardless of the market dynamics.

Being “agile through cycle” is a strategic objective in the Sandvik “Make the Shift” strategy.

To address modern challenges throughout manufacturing, Sandvik has created the Lighthouse program.

Different types of machine learning technology helped save Sandvik division Dormer Pramet from an operational standstill.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions in West Africa introduced a gender diversity program in 2018.

To be in the forefront of the manufacturing industry, corporations need to adapt to the ongoing digital transformation.

Sandvik is raising the bar with a 7 percent growth target over a business cycle.

Developments in machining technology, materials and market needs are making round tools an increasingly attractive choice for machining solutions.

Sandvik continue to add solutions to help the digitalization in mining. A complete digital platform for optimized operations, from planning to execution, is the latest addition.

Digitalized manufacturing enables a closed-loop production that results in increased efficiency, less waste and improved quality.

By joining the UN-backed SBTi, Sandvik has formally committed to cutting its CO₂ emissions to net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest.

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

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

Go to page: 1(This page) , 2 Next