TVH offers parts for compact equipment

By Thomas Allen06 October 2020

Parts and accessories supplier TVH has started selling parts for small earthmoving equipment.

TVH SEM

TVH now sells parts for mini excavators, skid steer loaders and compact tracked loaders

Previously, the company only sold parts and accessories for material handling, industrial and agricultural equipment.

The new spare parts range for light construction equipment focuses on mini excavators, skid steer loaders and compact tracked loaders.

Within those three sub-markets, TVH is focusing on parts for the brands Bobcat, Case, Caterpillar, JCB, Takeuchi, John Deere, Kubota, Volvo and Yanmar, while also offering lookup services for other brands.

TVH has been preparing for this launch for 18 months. The new offering was introduced earlier this year at ConExpo, but since September the company has been pushing it within Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

Kristof Bolle, Senior Vice President of Sales EMEA and APAC at TVH, said, “For now, we are intentionally focusing on three distinct sub-markets and nine makes for parts for small earthmoving equipment, but all customer requests are welcome. What’s more, based on the needs of the customer, we will continue to expand our SEM [small earthmoving] range in the future.”

He says the end goal is to be able to supply customers with any part they require, similar to the company’s existing offering for material handling, industrial and agricultural equipment; “Currently, we have over 600,000 references for skid steer loaders, compact track loaders and mini-excavators, and many more to come.”

Grant Adam, VP Sales APAC, said, “With our customer base and expertise, we already have a solid starting point for the SEM parts segment and we are hoping to grow rapidly.”

TVH has a network of branches that extends across more than 180 countries. It serves customers in 37 languages and offers 24-hour delivery within Europe and the Americas, and 48-hour delivery globally.

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