Sandvik AB is a global industrial company operating in three business segments: Sandvik Tooling, Sandvik Mining and Construction, and Sandvik Materials Technology. Sandvik Tooling develops, manufactures and sells tools for metal cutting. Customers for this segment include companies in the automotive and aerospace industries. Sandvik Mining and Construction – more... is a supplier to the mining and construction industries, and Sandvik Materials Technology is engaged in materials and process technology. The Company operates through its subsidiaries in 130 countries. Sandvik AB is headquartered in Sandviken, Sweden. During the year ended December 31, 2007, Sandvik Tooling acquired Diamond Innovations.
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Sandvik Employer Reviews
Admin (Former Employee), Nevada – April 4, 2013
Fun fast busy always learning energetic co workers
CNC Operator (Former Employee), Milford, CT – March 22, 2013
This was the toughest job I ever had.
Electrician/Assembler (Former Employee), Alachua, FL – March 20, 2013
hostile work environment
mso (Current Employee), Clarks Summit – March 11, 2013
Ran a cell of four to five machines at a time, some days with a partner others days alone.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Seneca, SC – March 3, 2013
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