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Probe Corporation firing on all cylinders at key agricultural events

Next week will prove to be a busy week for local agricultural communities, with two highly anticipated events taking place simultaneously. The internationally-acclaimed NAMPO Harvest Day and Hartebeestloop Bonsmaras will draw crowds in both the Free State and Namibia, and Probe Corporation SA (Pty) Ltd, South Africa’s largest importer of premium, maintenance-free, fit and forget batteries and a leader in rotating electrics, will be present at both events.


No stranger to either event, Probe will once again showcase top-quality products that are ideal for farming applications, including VisionX lighting, Schumacher chargers and Probe’s truly sealed, fit-and-forget batteries.

This year, Probe Industrial, a division of Probe Corporation SA (Pty) Ltd that delivers a comprehensive and varied range of air compressors, will showcase their new range of piston compressors, namely Probe-Air, that provide excellent support in farming and agricultural environments and is a reliable, cost-efficient solution for lighter duty use.

This year marks the 53rd NAMPO’s Harvest Day which last year saw just under 83 000 visitors attend. Located just outside Bothaville in the Free State, Harvest Day will be held from Tuesday, 14 May to Friday, 17 May.


Namibia’s show-stopping cattle auction is preceded by the Hartebeestloop Bonsmaras Information Day, which has an exceptional visitor turnout each year and provides an important setting for farmers to view the latest products and technologies that can assist them in their businesses. This year the Information Day will be held on Thursday, 16 May with the show taking place on Friday, 17 May.

Probe Corporation SA (Pty) Ltd will be at Hartebeestloop Bonsmaras Information Day on Thursday, 16 May, and at NAMPO at Stand D4 at NAMPO from Tuesday, 14 May to Friday, 17 May 2019.

Tristan Wiggill
Special Features Editor at Business Fleet Africa