Empire Auto Parts Expands to Florida

Empire Auto Parts Expands to Florida

Aftermarket collision parts distributor opens new hub in Orlando, Fla., with new materials handling process.

Empire Auto Parts, LLC, a leading distributor of high-quality aftermarket collision parts for automotive repair shops, has announced the opening of its seventh full-scale distribution center in the Central Florida region. The 188,000-square-foot facility in Orlando, Fla., will bring Empire’s total location count to 35 facilities serving 23 contiguous states from Maine to Florida and Delaware to Arkansas.

Collision repair shops throughout Central Florida will now benefit from Empire’s extensive inventory levels, efficient ordering processes, high-quality parts, same-day delivery service and friendly local support enjoyed by Empire’s longtime customers up and down the eastern seaboard.

“Empire’s rapid growth is a testament to our commitment to providing exceptional quality, service and support to our customers, and we are thrilled to expand our unique product and service offerings to a market that shares our growth trajectory,” said Gary Scholl, general manager of the Orlando facility. “Our loyal collision shop customers with national and regional operations have been eagerly anticipating our arrival to the Florida market, and we’re looking forward to meeting the demands of this region.”

The new Orlando distribution center is not only the largest of its facilities but also equipped with cutting-edge materials handling processes to maintain its high-quality standards, exceptional service and low return rates. Empire is poised to deliver to markets throughout nearly all of Florida within the next six months, further expanding its reach and strengthening its position as a top distributor of high-quality aftermarket collision parts in the industry.

Collision repair shops can contact Empire in Orlando by calling (800) 818-0621. They can order and return parts online at empireautoparts.com.

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