Overview of our Company

About Pro Auto Rubber

About Pro Auto Rubber | SA's Rubber Specialists

Pro Auto Rubber has over the years grown into one of the largest South African players in specializing in the supply of rubber extrusions, flocking profiles, co-extruded rubber profiles, mouldings, rubber and seal kits. All of these are able for use with various makes of vehicles and rubber insertions, grommets and hoses.

When the company was formed, we focused mainly on the automotive industry, and through the years we have been able to venture into various different aspects of the rubber industry. This makes it possible for expansion of innovation, technology and skills into the folds of our family.

We have strategically placed branches throughout South Africa ensuring the best quality and efficient service to all our customers. We strive to the best in the business and stick to our slogan of “Total Sealing Solutions.”

Our current client base caters for the whole of South Africa with focus on areas such as:

  • Gauteng
  • Mpumalanga
  • Western Cape
  • Kwazulu Natal
  • Orange Free State

We are proud to state that we are also able to supply clients abroad as well.

Customers and Market:

Where we distribute:

Our current client base is distributed over the whole of South Africa, with focal points in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Western Cape, Kwazulu Natal  and  Orange Free state.

However, with our increased capacity and superior quality products we are able to supply overseas clients to the exacting standards that they demand

How is rubber made?

Raw materials are mixed in the mixing plant. These combine to form what is known as compound, or then raw synthetic rubber. This is taken to the extruder where a die for the specific extrusion is fitted.

The rubber is pushed through the die and is then fed into the curing line, where it is first cured by microwave and then by heat. At the end of the line the cured and finished product is coiled and then delivered.

Customers and Market

Where we distribute:

Our current client base is distributed over the whole of South Africa, with focal points in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Western Cape, Kwazulu Natal  and  Orange Free state.

However, with our increased capacity and superior quality products we are able to supply overseas clients to the exacting standards that they demand


How is rubber made?

Raw materials are mixed in the mixing plant. These combine to form what is known as compound, or then raw synthetic rubber. This is taken to the extruder where a die for the specific extrusion is fitted.

The rubber is pushed through the die and is then fed into the curing line, where it is first cured by microwave and then by heat. At the end of the line the cured and finished product is coiled and then delivered.