Robit’s distributor, Dong Loi Equipment & Service Corporation, has recently closed a significant delivery agreement for Robit drilling consumables – mainly Top Hammer products – with a gold mine operator in Hung Thinh Phat gold mine in Laos. The agreement is a result of decisive and seamless cooperation between Robit and its Vietnamese distributor, Dong Loi.
Hung Thinh Phat is a gold mine located in Central Laos. The mine itself is a sizeable one, currently operating an array of 11 machines, with a plan to increase the size of the fleet to 17. With a yearly production rate of around 30 million tons, the mine is a big client for Top Hammer drilling consumables.
Having convinced the customer of the quality of Robit products, Dong Loi recently closed a significant agreement with the gold mine operator. The delivery agreement guarantees the supply of Robit products of high-quality and good performance to the mine as well as supplements the agreement with Dong Loi’s after-sales, shipping, and technical services support for the valued customer.
Dong Loi Equipment & Services Corporation was established in 2002 with the Office in Ho Chi Minh City and branches in Ha Noi City and Dong Nai Province. At present, Dong Loi is an authorized distributor and provider of maintenance and warranty services for leading manufacturers of construction, mining, and industrial equipment in Vietnam.
“Robit has provided comprehensive training on rock drilling, Robit product range and applications to our sales and service team. On the other hand, we also have delivered some hundred Furukawa Rock Drilling machines to the customers in Vietnam. We, with well trained, dedicated sales and service people, well understanding about the rock conditions at each customer, have been delivered the highest productivity of Robit rock tools to our customers.”
Hung Thinh Phat:
“We have used rock tools provided by several brands for few years. Dong Loi has brought Robit and its services to our jobsite. It was a great result. We are happy that Robit drills faster and longer holes. Thanks for all.”