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Navigating The Future Of Aerospace With Sandvik Coromant

Navigating The Future Of Aerospace With Sandvik Coromant

Projections estimate the industry will be back to where it was, pre-crisis, within the next two to three years.

For decades, aerospace has been an industry characterised by growth. There have been crises over the years, but never one so deep and heavy as COVID-19. How can aerospace manufacturers get back on track?

Here, Sébastien Jaeger, Industry Solution Manager in Aerospace for cutting tools specialist Sandvik Coromant, shares with us how Sandvik Coromant’s solutions aim to alleviate the challenges in Aerospace.


The aerospace sector has seen some improvements in the first half of 2021, but success is tied to several factors like vaccinations and the global economic outlook with Chinese economic prosperity, business and holiday travel recovery.


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