TDI was established in 2005 and provides a range of explosive threat mitigation and mine-action related services to multinational companies, and governmental and non-governmental organisations.
With a recognised footprint throughout Africa and the Middle East, TDI has completed over 80 projects in countries including Central African Republic, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Togo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait.
TDI has cleared over 26,600 km of routes and roads, removed more than 235,000 items of unexploded ordnance, and safely destroyed over 2,400 tonnes of unserviceable and obsolete munitions. 240,000 local people have received valuable explosive ordnance risk education. More than 8,600 personnel have been trained in improvised explosive device disposal and a further 2,200 people in explosive ordnance disposal.
TDI provides its clients with explosive detection dog solutions that are tailor-made to each project and theatre requirements.
TDI employ personnel from over 35 countries worldwide. Our team is diverse with a wealth of practical experience from multiple theatres. Their backgrounds range from the Military and mine action to explosive ordnance disposal, dog services, marketing and finance. This enables TDI to offer a consistently high level of service, tailored to each customer’s requirements.
Collectively, our staff have worked in countries including Cambodia, Bosnia, France, Kosovo, Lebanon, Laos, Mali, Nepal, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, United Kingdom and Zimbabwe.
TDI is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to building a culturally diverse community. As an organisation, TDI particularly encourages applications from women and minorities.