Sandvik goes subsea with innovative new solutions for the offshore oil and gas industry

2015-06-02 14:17 CEST Open Communications AB In an innovative twist, Sandvik is portraying some of its most innovative tube, wire and other products plunging to the depths of the ocean. Shown here is a subsea umbilical, the nerve system of oil and gas infrastructure in the murky depths. To date, the company has supplied 320 million feet of stainless steel umbilical tube - enough to wrap around the world 2.5 times - with zero failures!

Sandvik advert from offshore oil and gas communications program

2015-06-02 14:05 CEST Open Communications AB For a surprising yet relevant twist on its offshore oil and gas campaign, Sandvik used a deepwater fish that can be found at depths of 16,500 feet in the same harsh waters where its advanced materials are used. Much like some of the corrosion-resistant steel alloys used, the fish has adapted and evolved to withstand high pressure and extreme conditions below the sea.

Sandvik creates heightened user experience with a virtual reality 3D film at OTC in Houston

2015-06-01 19:31 CEST Open Communications AB How do you show the value of products in action at the bottom of the sea? For Sandvik, it was done by creating a subsea digital world that viewers could enter using Google Cardboard, a unique 3D viewing system. Designed to promote a fully sensory brand experience, the film enabled customers go to the depths of the sea using their mobile phones and files available on YouTube - an industry first.

Skissbild Almvägen

2015-06-01 10:37 CEST Gavlegårdarna

Reborn - starten

2015-06-01 08:00 CEST Högskolan i Gävle

Reborn på banan

2015-06-01 08:00 CEST Högskolan i Gävle

Järvsö Bergscykel Park

2015-05-29 12:27 CEST Destination Järvsö Cyklister i Järvsö Bergscykel park. Foto: Fredrik Fransson

Micke Hermansson

2015-05-28 09:00 CEST Handelskammaren

Vaksala sommarcafe

2015-05-27 08:28 CEST Hyresgästföreningen Aros-Gävle Foto: Niklas Lundengård


2015-05-27 08:28 CEST Hyresgästföreningen Aros-Gävle Från vänster Sandeep Dinker (konstnär), Anneli Tidemar (diakon), Walid Khaled (konstnär) och Åse Richard (projektledare).