Derby Rubber: Experienced & Progressive Exporters

Address: Australia:
2/261 Schumacher Rd
Wingfield SA 5013

Zutphenseweg 23
7382 AK Klarenbeek
The Netherlands
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Derby Rubber is proud to have been exporting products for over 25 years.

International markets now make up more than 30% of our sales as we export to Asia, Europe and North America. We’re fortunate to receive support from the SA Department of Trade & Investment, who help us to grow our exports through connection with their international offices and grant funding.

Thanks to our experience we’re able to remain globally competitive and provide our products reliably during these challenging times.

Michael Clayton, Derby Rubber CEO, said:

“Derby Rubber's products can be found globally in rail track maintenance, in traffic counting and classifying and also in mining. Around one-third of everything that we manufacture here in South Australia is exported.”

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