Sandviks IK is a Swedish sports club located in Holmsund.
Sandvikens IF is a Swedish football club located in Sandviken. The club, formed 6 June 1918, has played 21 seasons in the highest Swedish league, but is in the third highest Swedish league, Division 1.
Kramfors-Alliansen is a sports club in Kramfors, Sweden. The ice hockey section currently participates in the Swedish Division 2, the fourth-level of ice hockey in Sweden.
Kramfors-Alliansen Fotboll is a Swedish football club located in Kramfors.
Sandviksfjellet is a mountain in the city of Bergen in Vestland county, Norway. It is one of the traditional seven mountains that surround the city centre of Bergen.
Sandviksfjorden is a painting by Norwegian romanticist painter Hans Gude completed in 1879.
Sandvikselva, formerly known as Løxa, is a river in Bærum, Norway, originating at the intersection of the two rivers Lomma and Isielva at Wøyen. The river flows into the Oslo Fjord 4.5 km south at Sandvika, though the center of the city.
Sandvik AB is an engineering company with approximately 40,000 employees and sales in more than 160 countries. The company was founded in Sweden in 1862.
Sandvika Station is a railway station located at Sandvika in Bærum, Norway. Situated on the Drammen Line, 14.14 kilometers (8.79 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it also an intermediate station of the Asker Line.
Sandvikens Ungdomskorps no:Sandvikens Ungdomskorps is an elite division amateur wind band in Bergen, Norway. The band was constituted July 1, 1923 by a group of boys too old to play in the school band in Sandviken, Bergen.
Sandvik Coromant is a Swedish company that supplies cutting tools and services to the metal cutting industry. Sandvik Coromant is headquartered in Sandviken, Sweden and is represented in more than 150 countries with some 7900 employees worldwide.
Aktiebolaget Sandvikens Skeppsdocka och Mekaniska Verkstad was a Finnish shipbuilding and engineering company that operated in Helsinki in 1895–1938. The company was set up to continue shipbuilding at Hietalahti shipyard, after its predecessor Helsingfors Skeppsdocka, which operated the yard in 1865–1895, had bankrupted.