The much-anticipated Billfish 15000 tournament has just been held in Sodwana Bay from 13 to 17 November. Probe, South Africa’s leading importer, wholesaler and distributor of batteries, starters and alternators as well top quality air compressor products and leading industrial lighting solutions, is one of the sponsors of this prestigious event.
This year’s automechanika, hosted in September, proved to be the best show yet in what was the fifth staging of the biennial event in South Africa. With almost 13,000 visitors and 620 exhibitors representing 26 countries, it served as an ideal platform to gain insight into the latest product offerings from the local and global automotive after market, as well as connect with like-minded people and automotive specialists.
Probe, South Africa’s leading and largest importer and distributor of premium batteries and auto electrical parts, launches top international air compressor brand, Stanley Fatmax, into the local market.
A common question that automotive dealers might be asked by their customers is why their ‘new’ car battery has failed when it has seldom, or never, been used.
Probe, providing a complete power package to meet agri needs
Air compression is a necessary aspect of every industry, from mining to medical to hospitality. Until now, the South African market has had limited access to premium, cost competitive and high-quality air compression units and associated products.
Automechanika, South Africa’s leading international trade fair for the automotive service industry, will kick off from 27-30 September at the Johannesburg Expo Centre in Nasrec.
Solar systems are being installed more rapidly now than ever before. Perhaps this comes as no surprise due to the continual rise in energy costs and the instability of the electricity grid.
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.