OEC to Provide Gulf States Toyota with Parts Supply Chain Technology

OEC Provides Gulf States Toyota with Parts Supply Technology

OEConnection will provide Gulf States Toyota with its part sourcing platform, D2DLink, for its extensive dealer network.

OEConnection LLC (OEC), the leading automotive technology provider for original equipment manufacturers’ (OEM) distribution networks, will provide Gulf States Toyota (GST) with its part sourcing platform, D2DLink, for its extensive dealer network.

D2DLink will provide GST dealers with shared inventory access across the dealer network, allowing dealers to find and obtain parts with greater speed while helping reduce idle inventory and improve OEM part sourcing and sales.

“OEC is excited to continue growing our relationship with Gulf States Toyota by helping implement our industry-leading parts sourcing solution across its dealer network,” said Kyle McChesney, general manager, Supply Chain, Data and EPC, OEC. “By adopting D2DLink, GST can leverage its inventory and continue to grow OEM parts sales.”

Added Rick Martinez of GST, “With 158 dealers in the GST network, implementing a new shared inventory solution across our dealer network will offer greater visibility into inventory and streamline part sourcing. This means improved sales and, most importantly, an enhanced customer experience.”

D2DLink will be implemented in the GST dealer network later in 2020.

For more information on OEC, visit oeconnection.com.

Fax: 330-523-1723Contact: Rachel Yagl

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