Services | Tiger Truck


Buying & Selling Of Vehicles

Our core business revolves around the buying, recovering and selling of second hand trucks in all parts of Southern Africa.

We have contracts and arrangements with major insurance companies, banks and company fleets to buy and/ or salvage.
All vehicles and purchases are paid for in full upon receipt of the vehicle and relevant paperwork.

Our internal control processes ensure that we only purchase legitimate stock with no after-purchase headaches such as ownership, speeding tickets or outstanding licensing fees.

Clients can purchase excellent replacement vehicles in lieu of payouts or if a suitable arrangement can be made these vehicles could be put onto a short-term rental/loan fleet to replace the insured damaged vehicles.

Used Part Supply

Tiger Truck Spares strips up to 100 vehicles each month acquired from salvage contracts, fleet holders and private owners.

Our used parts include engines and gearboxes that are compression tested and run hot before being sold.

Our range of used parts include: Engines, cabs, front and rear axles, gearboxes, differentials, prop shafts, steering boxes, injection pumps, crankshafts, blocks, and pistons.

For all makes of trucks: Mercedes, Nissan, MAN, Volvo, Isuzu, Scania, etc.

Bring a sample of the part you require! Our salesmen will be happy to assist you in finding the part which will get your truck/s back on the road.


Appraisal Of Vehicles

We consult on the appraisal of fleets, trailers and other specialised vehicles to assessors, insurance companies and brokers nationwide.

Market value is often only a formula of the suggested retail price and not a true reflection of the value of the vehicle.

We are experts in the trucking industry and will assist in identifying misrepresentation of specifications, pre-evaluation and assessment prior to insurance contracts as well as the appraisals of vehicles after an accident.

Scrapping & Recycling

Our secure holding yards are clearly demarcated into runners and strippers where the good parts are separated and any unused or useless parts of the vehicles are scrapped and the debris is taken to the recyclers.

Insurers can purchase stripped parts to rebuild insured units allowing for a substantial saving in the rebuild process.