Established February 1998, family owned and operated Dominion Equipment Parts, LLC has been in business for more than 20 years. In just two decades, Dominion has become the OEM provider for Yanmar and Morooka equipment parts, developed its own brand of high-quality rubber track replacements, and is one of the nation’s leading track importers, supplying rubber tracks for 38 crawler equipment brands.
Dominion is also a distributor of undercarriage parts for top brand names including Bobcat, Caterpillar, Gehl, Kubota, Takeuchi, and Mustang, providing sprockets, rollers, and idlers. It is the solely authorized North American distributor of specialized, compact dumpers and concrete trucks manufactured by Fiori. Its geographic range includes the 48 contiguous United States, Canada, Mexico, and South and Central America.
Dominion initially shipped nationwide from Richmond, Virginia, its original base of operations. To improve delivery times, Dominion established distribution hubs in Dallas and Cincinnati, then added Jacksonville, Sacramento, Albany, and Portland. In 2015, it added a Canadian hub in Leduc, Alberta. Each was chosen for its logistical efficiency to give the region’s customers same-day shipping with next-day delivery. Customers who choose to can also pick up their tracks or parts right from a regional warehouse, since each distribution hub also has a dedicated sales staff.
One of Dominion’s greatest assets is a strong dealer network offering Dominion Rubber Tracks and associated parts, including Yanmar and Morooka. The network includes United Rentals, the largest rental agency on the continent with more than 960 locations.
Going forward, Dominion is focusing on improving its inventory and distribution capabilities even further, as well as supporting the Fiori Group machines it introduced in 2016. The compact, user-friendly vehicles increase productivity, flexibility, and operator safety in confined spaces such as narrow lanes, alleys, and tunnels. They are ideal for working in crowded city centers or in environmentally sensitive habitats and valued landscapes with restricted access.
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