While many small and medium-sized enterprises race to comply with B-BBEE, Probe Corporation has long committed to inclusive growth.
“Why did my battery fail? I never even used it?”
This is a common question from people who wonder why their batteries fail after being left on the shelf, or in a car that is not running, for an extended period of time. The problem is sulphation.
Probe Corporation has an extensive employee training programme to assist our employees in learning specific job-related skills and improving performance in their current roles.
Barnabas Gwarisa, Probe’s Environmental and Quality Controller, outlines the company’s new venture into sustainable recycling practice. He says that environmental protection has been a leading topic for governments globally and the principle of cradle-to-grave practices has been emphasised by various legislation such as the Waste Act, the Kyoto protocol and other relevant legislation to create sustainable economies. As stewards of the earth, we all have a social and environmental responsibility to leave a better pace than when we inherited from our forefathers. Probe has decided to break the mould regarding environmental responsibility.
Probe understands the robust requirements necessary for heavy-duty vehicles, and serves the heavy and light duty automotive, mining and construction equipment industries through a national dealer network with a comprehensive range of services. This includes the sales and distribution of world-class batteries, alternators, starters and associated spares as well as an expanding product range that includes engine cooling fans, viscous fan clutches and MasterLock systems.
Despite a challenging economic climate, Probe, South Africa’s largest importer of automotive and auto electrical components has remained committed to a flexible growth strategy that has sustained the family-owned business for over 50 years. CEO Frank Rovelli contributes Probe’s success to correctly anticipating market demand and providing best-in-class products coupled with solid aftermarket support.
Our savvy sales team will be at Power and Electricity World Africa 2017, 28-29 March showcasing what we have to offer.
Effectively harnessing South Africa’s abundant solar energy in a business environment offers both environmental and cost-saving benefits.
Maintenance tips from Frank Rovelli, Probe
We know car batteries contain chemicals such as sulphuric acid and have to be carefully dealt with, especially when they die.
Probe, South Africa's largest importer of premium, maintenance-free, fit and forget batteries and a leader in rotating electrics, has established Probe Industrial Technologies.