New Parts Distributor to Open Sixth Location in September - BodyShop Business

New Parts Distributor to Open Sixth Location in September

Insignia Parts Distributors, LLC, a newly established, family-owned and operated, Florida-based distributor of aftermarket collision parts and accessories, announced it will open its sixth location in Atlanta, Ga., in September.

“With nearly 30 years of experience in the auto aftermarket business, I think it’s fair to say that this is more than just an occupation to me,” said Leo Schigiel, founder of Insignia Parts Distributors. “It’s a passion. I started in this industry by building Inteuro, my first company, from the ground up. And I am proud to say that years later, I am involved in a new venture with Insignia Parts, a company that is built upon the same beliefs Inteuro was – a foundation of unwavering principles, outstanding service and quality parts.”

Schigiel made his stamp in the aftermarket auto parts industry in the 1980s, developing and operating Inteuro Parts Distributors, Inc. After nearly 15 years with Inteuro and evolving the company into a nationally recognized and respected facility, Schigiel sold the company and turned to other endeavors outside the auto industry. Despite his success elsewhere, Schigiel returned to the industry to start Insignia Parts. 

With various warehouses and distribution sites totaling almost 200,000 square feet, each Insignia location is closely monitored by Schigiel and is headed by a team of trusted employees – many of which worked with Schigiel at Inteuro Parts.

Insignia offers a full line of collision parts that include hoods, fenders, bumpers, lamps, radiators, condensers, cooling fans, mirrors and more.  Insignia Parts carries CAPA Certified parts, and all parts come with a lifetime warranty.

Insignia is a member of the Automotive Body Parts Association and is listed by estimating systems such as Audatex, CCC Pathways and Mitchell. It offers free delivery service throughout the state of Florida and will soon be delivering throughout the state of Georgia and surrounding areas.

Insignia parts has distribution centers in Miami, Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville, Fla., a depot in West Palm, Fla., and an Atlanta, Ga., location coming soon.

For more information, call (888) 927-2749 or visit

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