Sandvik Coromant South Africa

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64 Jet Park Road, Jet Park, Boksburg
Gauteng, South Africa
Tel No : + 27 (86) 010 1008
Email: mary-ann.germishuys@sandvik.com

Product website
www.sandvik.coromant.com

Company profile
Sandvik Coromant is one of the world’s leading supplier of tools, tooling solutions and know-how to the metalworking industry. With extensive investments in research and development Sandvik Coromant create unique innovations and set new productivity standards together with their customers. These include the world’s major automotive, aerospace and energy industries.

Sandvik Coromant offers world class products for turning, milling, drilling and tool holding. In addition they are able to provide extensive process and application knowledge within machining.

Sandvik Coromant’s insert programme contains a wide assortment of designs and grades for all types of turning operations in different workpiece materials. They also have unique cutters for milling of various materials and use in mixed production. Regardless of hole style they provide a wide range of high performance drilling products for high productivity.

The Coromant Capto® tool holding system is a great option for standardisation across all machines in the workshop. The Tailor Made service provides you with the freedom to specify your own tool dimensions and have fast delivery.

Productivity Centres
Sandvik Coromant has more than 25 well-equipped Productivity Centers around the world. These provide hands-on solutions to improve efficiency and productivity. All their training courses are designed to help you to recognise what is best in your production – and to pinpoint areas that may need improvement.

History
Göran Fredrik Göransson founded Sandvik in 1862. He was the first in the world to succeed in using the Bessemer method for industrial scale steel production in order to meet growing demands.

Göran Fredrik Göransson established two basic values that Sandvik still believe in today: constant technological development and close contact with the customers.

The company’s heritage is steel, but the real history of Sandvik Coromant begins in 1942 when Wilhelm Haglund was assigned the job as manager for a new production unit for cemented carbide tools in Sandviken, Sweden. Who knew that 70-years later their tools would be used all over the world in the manufacturing of as diverse products as aeroplanes, smart phones and beverage cans?

Sandvik Coromant has 8,000 employees and is represented in 130 countries. The company is part of the business area Sandvik Machining Solutions within the global industrial group Sandvik.

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