- Detailed planning and execution of twin-track rail expansion between Varberg and Hamra, including tunnel beneath city of Varberg
- Order worth approximately SEK 3.5 billion (around CHF 355 million)
Implenia has won a major contract in Sweden for the twin-track expansion of the railway line between Varberg and Hamra on the country’s west coast.
Björn Rosengren, President and CEO of Sandvik, has informed the Chairman of the Sandvik Board that he intends to resign and leave the company as of 1 February 2020.
BE Group changes Chairman of the Board in conjunction with Peter Andersson taking office as CEO on October 1, 2019
Epiroc, a leading productivity provider for the mining and infrastructure industries, will expand one of its main production facilities, in Örebro, Sweden, to boost productivity and ensure long-term efficiency.
Skanska has signed an agreement with Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration, to build double lanes for the freight railway Hamnbanan, the Eriksberg-Pölsebo stage, in Gothenburg, Sweden. The contract is worth about SEK 1.3 billion, which will be included in the order bookings for Skanska Sweden for the third quarter of 2019.
Daniel Peltonen has been appointed new President Boliden Smelters. He will assume the role during December 2019 and will be part of Boliden's Group Management.
Epiroc, a leading productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has entered into an agreement to divest its geotechnical consumables product line.
Epiroc, a leading productivity provider for the mining and infrastructure industries, today holds the groundbreaking ceremony for a new heat treatment plant for rock drills in Örebro, Sweden.
Sandvik Board of Directors has decided to initiate an internal separation of the business area Sandvik Materials Technology. The intention is to increase Sandvik Materials Technology’s structural independence from the Sandvik Group and thereby put greater focus on the business’ future development possibilities as well as create flexibility.
The Board of Directors and CEO Saila Miettinen-Lähde of Endomines AB (publ) have agreed that Saila Miettinen-Lähde will leave her position as CEO of the company.
Kerstin Konradsson, President Boliden Smelters, will leave Boliden in July 2019. Kerstin Konradsson has been responsible for the business area and member of Boliden's Group Management since 2012.
Hochtief partners with Implenia on EUR 90 million Project
Epiroc, a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries, has signed a cooperation agreement with leading communications technology provider Ericsson to jointly help mining companies achieve optimal wireless connectivity in their operations through LTE and 5G technologies.
Boliden has decided to invest in increased capacity at the Rönnskär copper smelter. A total of MSEK 350 will be invested. The commissioning of the new production capacity is expected to take place in the beginning of 2021.
Epiroc, a company in the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries, has agreed to acquire Fordia Group Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of exploration drilling tools.
Leading Edge Materials Corp. is pleased to provide results from additional spheronisation test work undertaken on graphite from the Woxna graphite mine in Sweden. Woxna is a fully constructed mine, with all processing, waste management and infrastructure in place. During 2017, Woxna was granted an extension of its operating license until 2041.
Boliden has agreed with Komatsu to purchase 17 new haul trucks to the Kevitsa mine and 9 new haul trucks to the Aitik mine at a total price of SEK 900 m. The investment will support expanding operations, insourcing of transports and a partial replacement of the existing truck fleet.
Skanska Sweden has signed an agreement with Trafikverket to work out the prerequisites for implement the contract "E9961 Tunnel and Station Sundbyberg-Solna" in the infrastructure project Mälarbanan. The contract is worth SEK 300M, which will be included in the order bookings for Skanska Sweden in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Building a bus terminal inside a Hill in Stockholm | Contract worth a total of around CHF 80 million
Leading Edge Materials Corp. (“Leading Edge Materials”) or (“the “Company”) (TSXV:LEM) (Nasdaq First North: LEMSE) (OTCQB: LEMIF) is pleased to provide the latest results from spheronisation test work undertaken on graphite from the Woxna graphite mine in Sweden. Woxna is a fully constructed mine, with all processing, waste management and infrastructure in place. During 2017, Woxna was granted an extension to its operating license until 2041.