Dando is continuously looking at ways of improving existing machines and bringing new innovative products to market to meet the current demands and requirements of the drilling industry.
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Nia Kajastie visited Dando Drilling International on the south coast of England at the end of last year and caught site of new rigs being built and a fleet ready to be shipped to the Indonesian military.
Dando Drilling International has launched the Dando 1000 shell and auger rig for geotechnical markets.
Dando Drilling is reputed to be one of the oldest manufacturers of drilling machines in the world.
One of the driest states in Nigeria, Borno gains new water supply by drilling boreholes. Dando Drilling International’s Managing Director Martin Fitch-Roy reports.
Dando Drilling International’s surface drilling fleet is fit for harsh conditions and remote areas.
Kevin Reimer, sales and operations manager at Canada-based Sonic Drill Corporation, talks about variety and working from Europe.
From helping war-torn nations to Asian mines, Dando has been involved in numerous significant and life-changing projects since 1867.
Northern Iraq drilling projects strengthens local clean water initiatives (Arab Water World April 2013)
Since 2000, UK-based Dando Drilling International has supplied 18 large rotary drilling rigs and six well servicing rigs under the UN Oil for Food Programme to Northern Iraq, and has operated a drilling school that trained more than 300 students so far.
Dando Drilling International on Geodrilling International magazine May 2012