Beck/Arnley Named Preferred Supplier for Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Members

Beck/Arnley Named Preferred Supplier for Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Members

Beck/Arnley Worldparts Corporation announces it is partnering with Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance in an agreement which names Beck/Arnley the "preferred supplier of OE match foreign nameplate parts" for Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance members.

Beck/Arnley Worldparts Corporation announces it is partnering with Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance in an agreement which names Beck/Arnley the "preferred supplier of OE match foreign nameplate parts" for Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance members.

This agreement continues to cement a relationship that began during the 1980’s, between Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper stores and Beck/Arnley.

"The Alliance shareholder-members are among the premier businesses in the automotive aftermarket," said Max Dull, president and CEO of Beck/Arnley.

“Our new partnership with Beck/Arnley puts us in a position to compete in the OE import arena,” stated Richard Morgan, president and CEO of Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance. “With their years of import parts distribution, our members felt they were the right fit.”

Dull continued, "Alliance members have great, long-standing relationships with their jobber and service dealer customers. Coupling the capabilities of the Alliance distribution network with the quality OE form, fit and function, foreign nameplate parts that Beck/Arnley offers will provide tremendous opportunities for growth in market share for all of us."

For additional information on the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, visit www.800autotalk.com.

For additional information on Beck/Arnley, visit www.beckarnley.com.

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