PartsTrader Releases Supplier Fee Schedule - BodyShop Business

PartsTrader Releases Supplier Fee Schedule

Effective Feb. 1, 2014, participating suppliers will be charged a monthly subscription fee.

PartsTrader has released its fee schedule for suppliers, subject to its existing Terms of Service, for 2014.

According to PartsTrader, effective Feb. 1, 2014, participating suppliers will be charged a monthly subscription fee according to the following schedule:

Monthly Order Volume* 
       Monthly Rate

$0-$2,000.00                          $19            
$2,000.01-$6,000.00              $39
$6,000.01-$12,000.00            $99
Over $12,000.00                     $199

*Based on three-month average

• Participating suppliers are defined as either companies with a PartsTrader supplier user ID or each unique distribution/warehouse location processing PartsTrader orders. At PartsTrader’s discretion, companies with a delivery radius larger than 200 miles may be subject to a customized pricing program.

• Participating suppliers are tied to the states in which they were invited by a repairer to use PartsTrader.

• Suppliers participating in each market launch determined by repairer state will have had the opportunity to use the system at no cost for six months before their initial subscription fee is due and payable.

Month of First Billing

February 2014        Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas
March 2014            California, Nevada, Utah
April 2014               Michigan, Ohio
May 2014               Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Wisconsin
June 2014              Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota
July 2014                Florida, Georgia
August 2014           Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia
September 2014    To be announced

• The subscription fee will be billed on the first of the month and payable net 10.

• Suppliers that only sell parts to their wholly-owned collision repair facility will be charged the lowest monthly subscription rate.

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