Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Announces New Member In Latin America

Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Announces New Member In Latin America

Distri Diesel raises the Auto Value flag over El Salvador.

The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance has announced that Distri Diesel has become a member of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, effective March 3. Distri Diesel, led by owner Nazly Guarnizo and her two sons Andres and Juan Cuevas, join the Alliance as a full shareholder under the Auto Value banner.

Distri Diesel was founded in 2013 in San Salvador, El Salvador. The company’s customer base includes the largest transportation leasing company in Central America, with a fleet of more than 15,000 vehicles. Distri Diesel is the headquarters for a group of companies that consists of Turbo Diesel, Caribe Diesel and Distiribudora Coldiesel, all operating out of Medellin, Colombia.

The Alliance’s robust program offerings were a game changer for Distri Diesel. “The programs Auto Value offers Distri Diesel separates us from our competitors and gives us a definite advantage,” said Andres Cuevas, project manager and owner, regarding the decision to join the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance.

“The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance is the only true global aftermarket program group with members literally worldwide and we are incredibly proud to have Distri Diesel as our newest Auto Value affiliate,” said Jason Phillips, vice president of sales for the Alliance.

“This member signing confirms our commitment to expand our organization into Central and South America,” added Daniel Moroles, sales and market development manager.


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