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Replacement Parts To Acquire Louisiana Chain

Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance/Bumper to Bumper member Replacement Parts,Inc., which operates 134 stores and four distribution centers, has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Dimmick Supply Inc. The agreement will transfer all of Dimmick's 10 stores and its single DC to Replacement Parts as of March 29. Dimmick Supply is also a Bumper-to-Bumper member, and its stores will continue to operate as such. The Dimmick stores are located in or adjoining existing Replacement Parts territories in southwest Louisiana and will be served out of the Monroe DC.

by Brian Cruickshank
Editor, Counterman Magazine

SAN ANTONIO — Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance/Bumper to Bumper member Replacement Parts,Inc., which operates 134 stores and four distribution centers, has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Dimmick Supply Inc.

The agreement will transfer all of Dimmick’s 10 stores and its single DC to Replacement Parts as of March 29. Dimmick Supply is also a Bumper-to-Bumper member, and its stores will continue to operate as such. The Dimmick stores are located in or adjoining existing Replacement Parts territories in southwest Louisiana and will be served out of the Monroe DC.

Both of these companies trace their roots in the automotive aftermarket back more than 70 years with a firm and constant commitment to serving the professional installer.

“It is an understatement to say that we are enthusiastic about the opportunity presented and anticipate that the union of these two dedicated sales forces will result in increased service levels to all of our customers in the South Louisiana markets,” said Replacement Parts Executive Vice President Bill Schlatterer.

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