Truck Parts Namibia.com is the website of Quality Spare Parts, Windhoek, Namibia.
We share our business' history here with you. See also who our Personnel are who form part of the company and assist our clients.
Quality Spare Parts was established in 2011 by Philip Adamson (QSP's General Manager). The main focus of this business was used and/or pre-owned parts of Scania trucks, which is the specialized field of experience that Philip gained from 1999 to 2011.
Philip started his career by doing his apprenticeship at CAT Barloworld in Windhoek. After completing his trade in 1997, he started working as a diesel mechanic at Truck Namibia, the Scania dealer in Namibia at that stage.
In 2001 he accepted a position in the sales department as a salesman. After only one year he was promoted to Used Parts Manager. His main focus was the dismantling of accident Scania trucks and the reselling of the parts and components of these Scania trucks.
He was also involved from 2003 – 2006 in the repair and rebuilding of Scania trucks for the Namibian market.
In 2006, when Truck Namibia was sold to the Scania group, he joined a company based in Namibia where he gained first-hand experience with replacement parts in the Namibian market. In 2011 he realized the possibility to develop used and replacement parts for Scania trucks in Namibia.
Quality Spare Parts cc was started with two old Scania Trucks that were bought for dismantling purposes. Philip dismantled them by himself and started selling used and pre-owned truck parts from a warehouse situated in the northern industrial area of Windhoek. Soon he started importing new replacement parts from Italy as the demand for it in the Namibian market grew.
Our main supplier on Scania and Volvo replacement truck parts is Cosibo, which is located in Italy. Cosibo is a leader in the production and marketing of spare parts for heavy vehicles which are alternative and interchangeable with the original ones.
We have several permanent employees and we also assist the Namibia Institute for Mining and Technology (NIMT) with their internships that is needed by their students to get the practical experience that enable them to successfully write their trade exams and start their future in the Namibian market.
Visit our QSP Otjiwarongo with more detail about our branch there.