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Maxe Tonneau Covers are manufactured from UV tested, approved, automotive grade vinyl (570gsm) using and integrated reinforced structure. All components are made from either stainless steel or anodised aluminium making them particularly resistant to corrosion
Maxe Tonneau Covers have the highest water and dust resistance in the industry and will not dam water due to their unique torsion settings and premium quality material which is the highest available in the industry.
Maxe Tonneau Covers have a revolutionary torsion latch mechanism making them extremely easy to open and close.
In keeping with Maxe’s 20 years’ experience in the supply of Premium Automotive Accessories, our Tonneau Covers are manufactured to the highest automotive quality standards (Certified Automotive Quality Standard ISOTS16949) to withstand even the harshest African conditions.
At the Toyota Awards evening held on Tuesday 4th April, Maxe were very proud recipients of a Toyota Supplier Award for the fourth consecutive year. The award is given in recognition of outstanding service levels, innovative product design, and exceptional quality.
Complimenting this range are LED lights, truck accessories, such as stone guards, anti-syphon units, and seat covers, with additional high quality automotive products planned for the near future.
All of Maxe’s stainless steel accessories are created using premier marine grade 304 stainless steel plate and tube. This quality material is combined with a range of mild steel products that are in most instances, first E-Coated and then powder coated for maximum protection against the harsh South African conditions. All Maxe’s stainless steel bars are manufactured locally and the vast majority are approved by motor manufacturers and dealers across the country.
Maxe customers can be rest assured that they will receive the ultimate top quality end product. Maxe has factories in both Durban and Johannesburg and these factories contain some of the most technologically advanced machinery in the industry. Maxe are continually aware of what is happening in the automotive industry accessory industry around the world and as technology advances, and the industry evolves, Maxe continues to evolve with it.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Maxe’s Research and Development Team is involved in every aspect of the development process to ensure the ultimate end result. The latest CAITA computer software, combined with a highly technical team, ensures that Maxe’s clients are guided through the entire development process from beginning to end, thus ensuring that they receive the ideal product for their requirements. Maxe achieved ISO 9001 accreditation in 2006 which it has maintained ever since.
Is your car really as safe as you think it is? The importance of Airbag Compatibility Testing (compliance of nudge bars) and testing of all side bars cannot be over-emphasized. This testing ensures that the vehicle’s original design integrity is maintained and the airbags activate only in the way they have been designed to.
It is considered somewhat irresponsible for customers / dealers to fit a non-approved bar to a vehicle which could, due to inferior quality, result in the ill-timed activation of the vehicle’s airbag and the possible death or injury of the occupants. In addition to this is the risk of compromising the warranty offered on the vehicle through fitting non-approved parts.
Maxe has a substantial Research and Development department, part of their responsibility being to ensure that all approved products are fully tested and compliant with the manufacturer’s warranty. Without going into any boring detail some of the tests undertaken by Maxe include:-
Only once these critical tests have been undertaken and the manufacturer’s specifications complied with will a product be officially approved.
The Maxe design, quality, research and development effort that goes into the manufacture of every Maxe product ensures that the safety of the driver and his family is in no way compromised. Maxe ensures that the driver of each vehicle, fitted with a Maxe product, is able to enjoy the unaffected full integrity and design of the manufacturer’s product.
Maxe’s customers are their number one priority. Stock of the faster moving lines is held at all times to ensure that delivery times are kept to absolute minimum from the time the order is received. Maxe has an experienced, professional and dedicated Customer Liaison Officers based in Durban to assist with all customer orders and queries, in addition to Sales Representatives and
Technical personnel based in every major centre across the country.
Please contact our Sales Support Team on 031 713 2200 who will put you in touch with a Sales Executive or Agent in your area. If you would like to open a trading account with us please contact our Sales Support Team.
MAXE TRUCK BARS
Although Maxe have been manufacturing truck bars for some nine years now, they have only relatively recently begun marketing these bars themselves. Maxe are now in a position to offer you the option of ordering bars directly from themselves, inclusive of fitment which is included in the price of the bars. Bars that are currently available can be viewed on the website under Truck Bars. New bars, to expand the range, are being developed all the time.
To complement Maxe’s range of truck bars we also offer stone guards, anti-syphon units, and a range of quality LED spotlights.
FORD EVEREST PROMOTION
Barloworld Ford Selby were the lucky winners of a state of the art stainless steel braai in February. Seen here “breaking it in” with a complimentary braai for the dealership courtesy of Maxe.
We are proud to say that we at Maxe are in affiliation with Focus on Ithemba as part of our Socio-Economic development strategy.
We are sure, just as this family will prosper in the future, so will the hearts of the Maxe team, as we continuously shift the lives of our nations people for a future filled with opportunities.
Here are some of the prestigious awards, achieved by the young and brilliant children at Ithemba.