Sandvik Coromant partners with Hanna Tools in automotive sectorClick image to enlargeSandvik Coromant has signed a partnership agreement with Hanna Tools that will strengthen Sandvik Coromant's global position in the automotive manufacturing industry.

Sandvik Coromant partners with Hanna ToolsClick image to enlargeThe aim of this partnership is to continue to develop and offer world-leading engineered solutions to the global automotive industry - mainly for machining aluminum and cast iron. Today, both companies are active in offering specific solutions for machining key component features. These solutions involve advanced engineered precision tools and require specific engineering competence.

“The existing cooperation between Sandvik Coromant and Hanna Tools has led to new business opportunities, and with this partnership, we intend to further develop and strengthen the global business within the automotive segment,” says Klas Forsström, president of Sandvik Coromant.

“The consolidation and expansion of this partnership with Sandvik Coromant, enables Hanna Tools to promote its brand and expertise at global levels,” states Eduardo Hanna, CEO of Hanna Tools. He continues, “In addition, it allows us to access the newest technologies of research and development of new products.”

The combination of Sandvik Coromant’s global presence matched with Hanna Tools’ unique technologies offer a competitive assortment dedicated to targeted customers and machine tool makers. The joint engineering competence, innovative solutions and new technologies allows both companies to leverage and improve their global automotive offer.

Hanna Tools was founded in 1942 by Salim Hanna and is dedicated to the manufacturing of engineering solutions for automotive components. Today, Hanna Tools has 130 collaborators and is present in Argentina, Brazil Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Sweden and USA.

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