Duratray International is a world leader in mining technology. With more than 45 years of experience in the mining industry, the Duratray specializes in the design, engineering, manufacturing and commercialization of dump bodies for mining haulage equipment. Along with spare parts, steel and rubber wear components we provide technical assistance, maintenance and replacement of parts. Duratrays signature product, the Duratray Suspended Dump Body (SDB), is a unique lightweight tray that consists of a flexible rubber wear mat supported by high capacity synthetic suspension ropes and a steel frame resistant to abrasion. This design has demonstrated a wide range of benefits catered to specific mine applications, including increasing loads and carrying efficiency as well as reducing noise pollution and operational hazards in the mine site. Over the last 10 years a vast number of innovative engineering improvements have been undertaken on the Duratray SDBs these consist of developments to suit most standard mining conditions including heavy or abrasive rock and sticky materials. In 2001, Chilean-based Conymet acquired Duratray from Pacific Dunlop and decided to establish Duratray Internationals headquarters in Bayswater, VIC. Since then, Duratray has gone truly global with its international footprint expanding more than four times in less than 20 years. Today, from its Australian headquarters the company manufactures and exports globally to over 30 markets around the world, including key mining jurisdictions such as Canada, United States, South Africa, Russia and every key mining market in Latin America. The company employs more than 800 people across the world and has offices in Canada, Chile, South Africa and United States. And, since 2017 Duratray operates for the Russian market from its offices in St. Petersburg. In 2018, Duratray experienced a great growth in Russia, delivering 26 units to one of its biggest clients in the region. As a result of these new 240tonnes dump bodies, the mine was able to increase 9% its production in its truck cycle. There are currently more than 1500 Duratray's operating globally, ranging from small on-highway and 6x6 articulated trucks up to large fleets of ultraclass trucks; designs are available for all major OEM truck types including Komatsu, Caterpillar, Liebherr, Hitachi, Belaz and others.