November film "The 33" revisits 2010 Chilean mine collapse, learn how Schramm, Inc. became part of the historical rescue
Released on November 13th (USA), the theatrical film The 33 is based on the 2010 Chilean mine collapse.
Via Schramm, Inc.:
Schramm, Inc. has received worldwide acclaim for its contribution to the historic and unprecedented rescue of 33 trapped miners in the Copiapo, Chile. As a 110 year old privately-held manufacturer and global supplier of hydraulic drills, there has been no higher calling in our company’s history. Schramm model T685 and model T130XD rigs truly made a difference. We are honored and humbled by all the media attention.
For more than 69 days, 33 miners of the San Esteban Mining Company were trapped 2,041 feet (nearly half-a-mile) below the earth’s surface after the walls of the mine collapsed on August 5th 2010. Their fate uncertain, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera sent out an urgent call around the world for the best technical expertise and equipment to come to the scene to rescue the miners.
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