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14 nov. 2019 , News

Sanicro® 35, the new versatile corrosion resistant alloy, has been awarded the 2019 Sandvik Innovation Prize. The development team of Ulf Kivisäkk, Karin Hansson-Antonsson, Christina Haraldsson and Peter Stenvall, received the prize at a ceremony in Stockholm on 13th November.

14 nov. 2019 , News

For the last few years Sandvik has supplied premium steel bar for the production of case parts to Swedish watch brand Bravur Watches. A company that strives to build their watches with a local touch.

8 nov. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik has entered into a long-term agreement with Tenaris to supply Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) following their award from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in August 2019.

8 nov. 2019 , News

In a report by BP Statistical Review of World Energy earlier this year, the Middle East accounts for one third of global oil production and one sixth of global gas production. The demand for energy in the region has increased, signifying growth potential for industry players.

1 nov. 2019 , News

Sandvik has supplied more than 100 million metres of umbilical tubes to all major fabricators in offshore regions around the world. Adding on to this is the order we recently won in the Middle East region.

28 oct. 2019 , Feature

Next time you take a walk or ride down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, make sure you stop by the amazing fountains on the Rond-point des Champs-Élysées-Marcel-Dassault, to contemplate the works of art made possible thanks to Sandvik.

25 oct. 2019 , News

The massive furnace RULLUGN 125 at Sandvik Materials Technology took a digital leap when it was upgraded with the ABB Ability™ Operations Data Management zenon software solution, leading to significantly improved processes.

24 oct. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik will be exhibiting at this year’s Stainless Steel World 2019 on stand C26. With the theme of ‘Solving Corrosion with Science’, the company will be highlighting grades, designs, quality and sustainability of products and how working with customers they can help their operations and businesses.

News

14 nov. 2019 , News

Sanicro® 35, the new versatile corrosion resistant alloy, has been awarded the 2019 Sandvik Innovation Prize. The development team of Ulf Kivisäkk, Karin Hansson-Antonsson, Christina Haraldsson and Peter Stenvall, received the prize at a ceremony in Stockholm on 13th November.

14 nov. 2019 , News

For the last few years Sandvik has supplied premium steel bar for the production of case parts to Swedish watch brand Bravur Watches. A company that strives to build their watches with a local touch.

8 nov. 2019 , News

In a report by BP Statistical Review of World Energy earlier this year, the Middle East accounts for one third of global oil production and one sixth of global gas production. The demand for energy in the region has increased, signifying growth potential for industry players.

1 nov. 2019 , News

Sandvik has supplied more than 100 million metres of umbilical tubes to all major fabricators in offshore regions around the world. Adding on to this is the order we recently won in the Middle East region.

25 oct. 2019 , News

The massive furnace RULLUGN 125 at Sandvik Materials Technology took a digital leap when it was upgraded with the ABB Ability™ Operations Data Management zenon software solution, leading to significantly improved processes.

1 oct. 2019 , News

From October 1, 2019 the exact figure of the amount (%) recycled steel per product is provided on the Materials Certificates sent to customers

27 sep. 2019 , News

As part of our continual focus on innovation, learning and market growth, two of our application engineers based in the Americas – Matthew Castillo from Houston, U.S.A., and Fernanda Freitas from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, – are trading places over the next few months.

12 sep. 2019 , News

When Toshiko Sekino gave birth to a baby boy at Nagano Children’s Hospital in Japan, after only 24 weeks and five days of pregnancy, the boy weighed only 258 grams and miraculously survived. EXERA® fine medical wire from Sandvik played a crucial role in his recovery.

Press releases

8 nov. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik has entered into a long-term agreement with Tenaris to supply Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) following their award from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in August 2019.

24 oct. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik will be exhibiting at this year’s Stainless Steel World 2019 on stand C26. With the theme of ‘Solving Corrosion with Science’, the company will be highlighting grades, designs, quality and sustainability of products and how working with customers they can help their operations and businesses.

3 oct. 2019 , Press release

Global engineering group Sandvik will showcase its cutting-edge 3D-printed stainless steel guitar at the upcoming Engineering Design Show on 16-17 October 2019 in Coventry, UK.

3 oct. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik’s team based in Dubai, has announced a new working partnership with heat exchanger manufacturer Serck Services (Gulf) based in Sharjah, UAE.

13 sep. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik Materials Technology has received a large order for advanced tubes for the oil and gas industry; OCTG tubes.

27 may. 2019 , Press release
Introducing E-Track

To facilitate fast-track information sharing, Sandvik is launching a new self-service online platform that will allow customers to access information regarding round bar, hollow bar, pipe, flanges and fittings.

14 may. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik, the leading medical wire specialist, is stepping up focus on customizable wire solutions for sensing and stimulation based on EXERA™ high precision medical wire at CMEF, National Convention & Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China 14-17 May 2019.

13 mar. 2019 , Press release

Sandvik’s Mehsana production unit in India has received approval from the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) for the supply of its product Category 12.20: tubes, heat exchangers, stainless steel and alloy steel to its refineries.

Features

28 oct. 2019 , Feature

Next time you take a walk or ride down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, make sure you stop by the amazing fountains on the Rond-point des Champs-Élysées-Marcel-Dassault, to contemplate the works of art made possible thanks to Sandvik.

21 oct. 2019 , Feature

Additional stranding capabilities to support medical components manufacturing have been developed at Sandvik Palm Coast.

10 oct. 2019 , Feature

Nuclear Power continues to play an important role, an investment where safety and financial control are essential. It’s critical to select nuclear products that you can fully rely on, and a nuclear partner that you can trust throughout the complete project.

14 jun. 2019 , Feature

The global offshore industry is welcoming a return to confidence. In Asia Pacific specifically, an increase in demand for hydrocarbons, improvements in technology and more cost-efficient working practices have led to a greater interest in extreme deep and ultra deepwater plays. As a result, several projects in extreme locations that had previously been shelved or abandoned due to cost constraints are now reaching the final investment decision stage.

26 abr. 2019 , Feature

Corrosion Resistant Alloy (CRA) pipes like Sandvik’s SAF 2507® have traditionally been run in singles because the threaded connections exhibit a higher tendency to galling and require a more careful make-up compared to carbon steel pipes.

12 abr. 2019 , Feature

The recent Subsea Tieback forum and exhibition in San Antonio, TX, USA, provided a clear indication that confidence in global deepwater activity is returning - and demand in the subsea supply chain is stable and rising.

11 oct. 2018 , Feature

There’s a high degree of optimism that the African oil and gas industry will see significant growth in the next few years as an increasing number of discoveries are identified and exploited.

2 oct. 2018 , Feature
Razor blade explainer

Looking for that perfect shave; sharp and accurate, yet smooth and gentle, with a razor blade that’s durable and doesn’t corrode? When you find that brilliant razor, the blade might very well be produced by Sandvik. And guess what – more than 80% of the steel that Sandvik delivers to razor blade manufacturers around the world is recycled; from old bridges, sinks, bikes and railway rails just to mention a few ingredients.

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