SUBANG – Oil and gas practitioners got field work practices at PT DAHANA’s Energetic Material Center (EMC) area. The training organized under the Prima Daya Migas Cooperative (KPDM) was intended to increase knowledge and skills in management of explosives in oil and gas operation activities. KPDM group leader Suryono was warmly received by PT DAHANA’s SM Legal and Corporate Communications Juli Jajuli at the DAHANA Campus, Subang, on Thursday morning, February 23, 2023.

In his remarks, Mr Jajuli introduced DAHANA from the time it was born until its relocation to Subang, as well as DAHANA’s involvement in the defense industry holding DEFEND ID. He also thanked KPDM for always entrusting DAHANA as the Campus for visiting participants.

“Hopefully this visit can broaden your horizons and increase your knowledge about explosives, as is the philosophy of DAHANA’s Campus (Central Management Office) as a place to learn and gain knowledge,” said Mr Jajuli.

Sitting on an area of nearly 600 hectares, DAHANA enjots remarkably complete facilities, from warehousing, offices, multi-purpose buildings, to factories which are claimed to have the most complete facilities in the Southeast Asia region. In addition, the quality and variety of DAHANA’s explosives are known to be very effective in various fields, and therefore DAHANA is dubbed as the mecca of Indonesian explosives.

As the mecca of Indonesian explosives, DAHANA always tries to provide superior performance to consumers with Total Explosives Solution services, where in term of the oil and gas sector, for example, DAHANA provides explosives, distribution of explosives, warehousing and destruction of explosives.

Meanwhile, Mr Suryono said during this meeting that his team consisted of 30 participants from various institutions. The participants were expected to gain direct insight into the management of explosives.

“We at KPDM thank you for the warm welcome. We are proud that this nation has its own explosives factory managed by the people of Indonesia. Hopefully DAHANA will progress and advance,” said Mr Suryono.