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Sandvik to divest Sandvik Medical

Publishing Date
14 Mar 2012 3:36pm GMT
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GDI MAR 2012
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GeoDrilling International

Environmental Drilling  Construction Drilling  Ground Source and Waterwell Drilling  Site Investigation  Exploration and Production Drilling  


Sandvik has reached an agreement with Orchid Orthopedic Solutions, owned by Altor Fund III, to divest Sandvik Medical Solutions, a unit within the Sandvik Venture business area that makes medical implants, and instruments for orthopaedic and dental applications
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