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18 Jan 2012 , Press release

Due to increases in raw material prices, Sandvik Materials Technology AB is announcing a price increase for bimetallic tubes used in the fertilizer urea industry.

19 Oct 2011 , Press release

The Royal Institute of Technology's prestigious Gold Medal for industry collaboration 2011 goes to Olle Wijk, Vice President and Head of R&D and Technology at Sandvik Materials Technology. Olle Wijk is awarded the price for his successful collaboration between industry and academia.

13 Oct 2011 , News

Effective today, a new version of Sandvik Materials Technology's website is being launched. The upgraded site offers several improvements in terms of, for example, new functionality.

9 Oct 2011 , Press release

The 2011 Nobel Prize awarded discovery of quasicrystals by Prof. Daniel Schechtman is intrinsically linked to the ground-breaking work Sandvik has carried out in the field of nanotechnology for more than 20 years.

6 Oct 2011 , News

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2011 to Daniel Shechtman, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, "for the discovery of quasicrystals" in 1982.

26 Apr 2011 , News

A microsite for the Vasa/Sandvik R&D collaboration was launched on April 21, 2011.

4 Apr 2011 , News

Under his current contract with Sandvik, Peter Gossas, President of Sandvik Materials Technology, will retire at the age of 62. Accordingly, he will leave the Sandvik Group on 31 May 2011.

14 Mar 2011 , News

Olle Wijk, Executive Vice President and Head of R&D for Sandvik Materials Technology, has received the Kami Prize for his almost 30 years of pioneering research.
"It is with great pride and humility that I receive this award," says Olle Wijk.

10 Mar 2011 , Press release

The Vasa Museum and Sandvik Materials Technology will enter a long-term research and development cooperation the purpose of which is to replace just over 5,000 long iron bolts in Vasa with specially designed bolts in highly advanced stainless steels from Sandvik.

28 Feb 2011 , Press release

Sandvik Materials Technology has concluded a multi-year supply agreement for the delivery of cladding tubes in zirconium, valued at more than SEK 3 billion. Deliveries will take place over a number of years commencing in the first quarter of 2011.

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