Camilla Nevstad Bruseluis to Manage Global Sustainability Strategies at Metal Cutting Company
To support its sustainable business program, Sandvik Coromant appointed Camilla Nevstad Bruzelius as its head of sustainable business. By joining in March 2022, Nevstad Bruzelius will be tasked with moving forward Sandvik Coromant’s sustainability initiatives, as the company aims to make metal cutting more environmentally friendly for people, the planet and business profits.
With 20 years of experience in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, most recently as Deputy Head of the Global Program Department, sustainable business has long been at the heart of Nevstad Bruzelius’ career. It has extensive experience in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, supporting international environmental and climate initiatives and other issues related to energy, the circular economy and multilateral cooperation. Camilla has also served as head of the Sustainable Development Group at the Swedish Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York and as head of the cabinet of the Minister for International Development and Climate Cooperation.
Now, as he takes on a new challenge at Sandvik Coromant, Nevstad Bruzelius will use his extensive experience to manage and develop the company’s own sustainability initiatives. Sustainable development is an important part of Sandvik Coromant’s business strategy. The company’s mission is to develop metal cutting solutions and services that use fewer natural resources and consume less energy, while making its customers’ applications more cost-effective. In fact, Sandvik Coromant has already developed its own sustainability targets for 2025, which include turning more than 90% into a circle and halving the carbon impact of production processes.
As Head of Sustainable Business, a New Role for Sandvik Coromant, Nevstad Bruzelius will uphold these sustainability goals and communicate their progress with internal and external stakeholders, while focusing on areas such as Sandvik Coromant cemented carbide circularity programwhich allows customers to sell their used cutting tools back to Sandvik Coromant, which recycles hard carbide to make new tools.
“Appointing a sustainable business leader is the next step in our journey towards lasting, sustainable change,” said Magnus Ekbak, vice president of strategy and business at Sandvik Coromant. “We have done a lot of work over the years, starting initiatives to recycle our carbide scrap back in 1970. But we know we can always do more. With Camilla’s guidance, we hope to achieve our ambitious sustainability goals and help our clients be more sustainable in their own operations. ”To learn more about how Sandvik Coromant supports sustainable metal cutting production, visit the website.