Sandvik Group is a global industrial group with advanced products and world-leading positions in key areas.
Sandvik Mining is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a leading global supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining industry. The offering covers rock drilling, rock cutting, rock crushing, loading and hauling and materials handling.
Every product is preceded by extensive R&D and backed with application expertise and a worldwide service network offering on-site service, training and round-the-clock support.
We have a tradition of localization and a conviction that there can be no substitute for direct service and direct contact with our customers. Our service-oriented, global organization is well-developed and we have service technicians located strategically around the world, working for our customers.
Sandvik Mining has operations in more than 130 countries, with approximately 14,000 employees, and in 2012 sales amounted to about 37,800 MSEK.
Supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining industry.
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