Heavy Equipment Parts
Original surplus, Aftermarket, remanufactured & Used
New Samsung Parts
Pivot supplies components that are designed specifically to the original fit, form, and function set by OE standards. All components supplier are ISO 9001 certified, a global measure of reliability, and come with multiple warranty options to ensure longevity and durability. Whether you are shopping for a Samsung excavator or wheel loader – we stand by our new parts to fit your individual needs and stand the test of time and hard labor.
Used Samsung Parts
Pivot supplies used parts as a cheaper option, with the promise that the quality and durability of our products is an essential component to your productivity. We understand that repairs and maintenance can be costly, and are committed to saving you time and money through affordable alternatives and salvage parts to get the job done efficiently and effectively. With Pivot’s used components for your Samsung excavator or bulldozer: your hard work won’t go to waste.
Rebuilt Samsung Parts
Pivot stands by our rebuilt Samsung parts with a stronger warranty to assure you an unfailing product. We provide an extensive supply of rebuilt options for complete components on your Samsung construction equipment. All of our rebuilt parts are tested to leading industry standards to provide you with dependable equipment you can count on to last.
Alternate solutions are of great importance when it comes to your equipment repair. We supply New, Used & Rebuilt components.
At Pivot we stand behind our parts with multiple warranty options available that range from 30 days to 3 years depending on the components.
Orders placed before 3pm eastern time can be shipped out same day and in many cases we offer free shipping on select orders and core returns.
About Samsung Heavy Equipment Parts
Established in 1974, Samsung Heavy Industries have built an esteemed reputation as one of the world’s largest shipbuilders, carrying the number one stock position in the global shipbuilding market. Beginning with a pursuit of constructing passenger vessels and cruise ships, SHI has expanded to formulate a successful relationship between shipbuilding and offshore developments with increasingly adept digital technology. The company primarily focuses on many different marine engineering and construction sides of commercial transportation vessels, including but not limited to special purpose and off-shore related vessels, drill ships, control mechanisms and digital devices for ships, ultra large container vessels, and Arctic shuttle tankers. The world’s most impressive semi-submerged offshore drilling platform is among one of their most well-known accomplishments. SHI employs use of the largest shipyard in South Korea, the Geoje Shipyard, which globally has the most dock turnover rate among competitors, and claims the world’s highest production efficiency launching 30 mostly ultra-large ships per year. Since Samsung Shipbuilding and Daesung Heavy Industries were merged together in 1983, Samsung Heavy Industries set their sights on formulating and perfecting new technologies and products as well as stretching their business expertise into construction and heavy equipment. The company has shown its commitment to move beyond customer expectations and needs by maintaining ships and materials that are environmentally friendly, safe, cost-effective, efficient, and up-to-date with the newest and most convenient technologies. While their heavy equipment businesses were sold to Volvo in 1998, their promise to provide superior and dependable equipment to high consumer standards is tried and true with Samsung excavators, Samsung crawlers, Samsung wheel loaders, and Samsung bulldozers.