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Auto Body Panels Expands Into Six New Markets, Partners with Leading Auto Recyclers

Auto Body Panels (ABP), a family owned importer of collision parts, has announced a major expansion of its business. The company has also announced the creation of new partnerships with key automotive recycling operations in six new markets across the nation. ABP is opening new warehouses in Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; Kansas City, MO; Knoxville, TN; Little Rock, AR, and Fort Worth, TX.

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CINCINNATI — Auto Body Panels (ABP), a family owned importer of collision parts, has announced a major expansion of its business. The company has also announced the creation of new partnerships with key automotive recycling operations in six new markets across the nation.

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ABP is opening new warehouses in Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; Kansas City, MO; Knoxville, TN; Little Rock, AR, and Fort Worth, TX.

Each of the independent automotive recycling operations selected by ABP as partners also happen to be a members of United Recycler’s Group and the Absolute Premium Recycled Parts network.

"This group approached me with the idea to create a new partnership," said David Morris, CEO of Auto Body Panels. "ABP was already doing business with each of the automotive recycling facilities involved. But the idea of opening new distribution facilities and sharing logistics intrigued me, because it created such a good benefit for the end customer — body shops and collision repair centers. We decided to respond aggressively, first with six new locations, and more planned nationwide within the next two years."

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For more information about Auto Body Panels, go to: http://www.abpanels.com.

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