The Pupkewitz Group of Companies are grounded on a rich history of entrepreneurship, dating back to 1904 when Max Pupkewitz started a wagon-building business in Okahandja and a General Dealership in Ausspannplatz in 1925. The late Harold Pupkewitz followed in his father’s footsteps by pioneering the landscapes of his respective markets and turning the group into the market leader that it is today.
- 1904Wagon Building Store
- 1925General Dealership
- 1946Pupkewitz Builders
- 2007Builders Warehouse
It all started in 1904 when Max Pupkewitz opened a wagon-building shop in Okahandja and then, in 1925, a general dealership at Ausspannplatz.
Fast forward to 1946 and his son, following in his father’s footsteps, Harold Pupkewitz, establishes the Pupkewitz Builders’ Merchant – The Building and Engineering Division.
Building on his ethos of “The goal is not to live forever, the goal is to create something that will”, the Pupkewitz brand slowly established itself across Namibia.