WORLDPAC Relocates to New East Distribution Center

WORLDPAC Relocates to New East Distribution Center

Worldwide Parts and Accessories Corporation (WORLDPAC) is pleased to announce that it has relocated from their Edison, NJ, location and has nearly doubled their space in the new 250,000-sq.-ft. Eastern distribution center located at 300 Herrod Boulevard, South Brunswick, NJ.

Worldwide Parts and Accessories Corporation (WORLDPAC) is pleased to announce that it has relocated from their Edison, NJ, location and has nearly doubled their space in the new 250,000-sq.-ft. Eastern distribution center located at 300 Herrod Boulevard, South Brunswick, NJ. This state-of-the-art facility will be instrumental in WORLDPAC’s expansion plans. The DC will replenish all the Eastern locations, which will systematically increase service levels and inventory selection for their customers.

Tom O’Hare, CEO, stated that “This distribution center will help take us to the next growth phase by better serving our customers needs. This investment will further ensure our customer commitment by delivering the ‘Right Part at the Right Time.’”

Headquartered in Newark, CA, WORLDPAC has more than 50 locations in North America and is an importer and distributor for original equipment quality replacement automotive parts. They provide brand recognized OE-quality automotive parts directly to the import repair specialist and also offer customer services, such as tailored customer-oriented technical/business training including targeted marketing services.

For more information on WORLDPAC products and services, visit www.worldpac.com.

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