About Us 

Narm Rubber is proudly Australian owned with factory operations in Brisbane and Sydney, with our Head Office in Sydney.

We have an active Australian R&D program and work with local business and suppliers to develop technology.

 

We pride ourselves on being a key supply chain partner by providing quality products and developing trusted relationships with our customers.

We take the time to understand your business and work with you to manufacture products to suit.

 

Since 1922, Narm Rubber has been manufacturing rubber products in Queensland.

 

During the Second World War we began to develop industrial product lines and by the mid-forties became a major player in the supply of both rubber footwear and industrial rubber goods.

 

Today, privately and Australian owned, Narm Rubber has created leading edge processes to manufacture new as well as recycled rubber products in natural and synthetic rubbers including silicon.

 

 

We supply products to a wide range of industries throughout Queensland and
nationally including
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Why Choose Narm Rubber
 

Narm Rubber is proudly Australian owned with factory operations in Brisbane and Sydney.

 

We have an active Australian R&D program and work with local business and suppliers to develop technology.

 

We pride ourselves on being a key supply chain partner by providing quality products and developing trusted relationships with our customers. We take the time to understand your business and work with you to manufacture products to suit.

 

“ From our beginnings at Kelvin

Grove in Brisbane, we were part of

an international group and were

best known as a producer of low

priced footwear made from natural rubber.”

“ Should your requirements involve customisation, we have full capacity to tailor our products to match your specifications.”

 

“ We recycle tyre material to provide a sustainable closed loop for recycled rubber products. This means that products can continue to be recycled and re-used.”

 

“ Our processes reduce manufacturing costs by up to 50% compared to thoseof virgin rubber products.”

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