Steve Bradbury has been promoted to President, Dingo Mining. In his new role, Steve will be responsible for all aspects of program development and delivery to Dingo’s global mining customers. For the past five years, Steve has served as Dingo’s Chief Operating Officer and has led the international operations team of maintenance experts. Under Steve’s operational leadership, Dingo’s Condition Based Asset Management software and training programs have been adopted by multiple mining operations in four countries. A mining engineer by education, Steve has a broad background in mining operations, EPC, and service businesses, especially in the mining industry.

Reporting to Steve, Brantley Griffith will assume the position of Vice President of Sales for Dingo Mining with responsibility for Dingo Mining’s global sales team. As a Senior Sales Manager for Dingo, Brant has been responsible for the 2006 launch of Condition Based Asset Management for mining and the development of major business relationships with many large mining companies throughout North America.

Also reporting to Steve and leading the regional operations teams, Chuck Tollman has been promoted to Operations Manager, North America while Don Kerr has been appointed Operations Manager, Asia Pacific. Chuck has been with Dingo for five years and most recently served as Senior Program Manager, contributing significantly to Dingo’s successes in western North America. Don joined Dingo four months ago and brings to the team a broad background in business and program management.

Regarding Dingo’s increased focus on its mining business and the addition of new executive positions, Mr. Bradbury said, “The creation of Dingo Mining will bring focus to Dingo’s software, maintenance expertise and delivery to our largest client base in mining. The newly appointed Dingo management team will lead our strong and growing group of mining maintenance professionals in our ascent to becoming the industry standard for condition management tools and expertise in the mining sector.”

About Dingo:

Founded in 1991, Dingo ( is the world leader in offering solutions to heavy asset-intensive operations that maximize production, significantly reduce maintenance costs, avoid catastrophic in-service failures and keep assets available. Dingo’s Condition-Based Asset Management system, now the recognized standard in the mining industry, assures companies a rapid payback with a minimum 3:1 return on investment in less than 24 months. ConocoPhillips owns an equity position in Dingo. Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, Dingo has offices in the U.S. and Canada. Trakka® and Condition Intelligence® are trademarks of Dingo.

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