LKQ Corporation Expands Participation in CCC TRUE Parts Network - BodyShop Business

LKQ Corporation Expands Participation in CCC TRUE Parts Network

Recycled parts soon available for electronic quoting, procurement and invoicing through CCC.

CCC Information Services has announced that LKQ Corporation has expanded its participation in the CCC TRUE Parts Network and will soon offer its recycled parts to the network for electronic parts quoting, procurement and invoicing to the collision repairers and insurers using the CCC ONE solution. LKQ, the largest supplier of aftermarket and recycled collision parts in the U.S., was the first parts supplier to join CCC TRUE Parts Network in 2013 with its Keystone Aftermarket Parts division.
“The CCC TRUE Parts Network is about creating a vibrant supplier community that makes it easy for parts suppliers to display, sell and invoice their parts to an active community of collision repairers and insurers who seek to source their parts quickly, efficiently and accurately,” said David Boden, VP, CCC Parts Services Group. “The addition of LKQ’s recycled parts to our growing community of parts suppliers marks a significant move forward in being able to offer our collision repair and insurance customers choice and access to a broader range of the parts they need to complete repairs.”

Added Terry Fortner, vice president of Industry Relations and Market Development for LKQ, “LKQ is excited to be the first recycler to fully integrate with the CCC TRUE Parts Network for the electronic procurement and invoicing of recycled parts. The addition of our robust recycled inventory to our existing Keystone aftermarket offering within the CCC TRUE Parts Network further validates our commitment to enhancing the efficiency and productivity of our collision repair shop customers. This streamlined technology, coupled with our industry-leading fill rates, is a revolutionary and positive long-term trend for our industry.”

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