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Team PRP Announces Addition of Three New Automotive Recyclers to Nationwide Network

Addition of Reno’s Auto Parts in Ohio, TLS Auto Recycling in California, and Mullins Auto Parts in Springfield and Mt. Olive, Ill., further strengthen Team PRP’s network of parts trading and logistics.

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Team-PRP-logoTeam PRP’s nationwide network continues its expansion with the addition of Reno’s Auto Parts in Ohio, TLS Auto Recycling in California, and Mullins Auto Parts in Springfield and Mt. Olive, Ill.

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“Welcoming these three new exceptional recyclers to our Team PRP organization is a wonderful start to 2016,” said Mark Gamble, Team PRP’s executive director. “These businesses further strengthen our network of parts trading and logistics, offering even more for our many repair shop customers across the country. We are extremely pleased to have these quality-minded businesses join with us.”

Reno’s Auto Parts, founded in 1969, is a family-owned, third-generation business in Hillsboro, Ohio. Owned by Kenneth and Tyler Reno, Reno’s is a full-service auto recycling facility carrying all types of new and used auto parts, while specializing in late-model foreign and domestic cars, trucks and SUVs. Approximately 500 to 600 vehicles are processed annually. Seventeen employees work at the 25-acre facility.

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TLS Auto Recycling in Rancho Cordova, Calif., was established approximately six years ago by George Trunyan, company CEO. This relatively new and advanced facility is one of the largest automotive recycling businesses in Northern California, which processes 400 to 600 vehicles annually. TLS specializes in recycling quality used auto parts for Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Land Rover and Porsche.

With two locations in Illinois (Mt. Olive and Springfield), Mullins Auto Parts is a family-owned company headed by Brent Mullins. Originally started as a small recycling business in 1987, Mullins now offers an inventory of recycled parts and processes approximately 650 vehicles each year on their 12-acre property.

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