Transtar Holding Co.’s Neil Sethi and Chris Bodh explain how the company is looking to transform vehicle repair through distribution expansion.
Arch Auto Parts, which has 21 locations throughout New York City and surrounding areas, will become part of Transtar’s NexaMotion Group.
Chris Bodh received his award last month at The Group’s annual membership conference and expo held in National Harbor, Md.
This is the third new Bronx location in less than three years.
The expansion will double the company’s main distribution center from 30,000 to 60,000 rentable square feet.
The new Arch Auto Parts in Mineola is the 20th store for the commercial and retail auto parts chain.
The Woodside location is the third new Arch location to open in the last seven months.
A local favorite for more than 43 years, Arch Auto Parts says this is its 18th location overall and its seventh in Brooklyn.
The store’s grand opening earlier this month received a warm community welcome from the culturally diverse neighborhood.
Remaining locally owned and operated is key to the company’s success.
By remaining locally owned and operated, the company says it is able to expand and thrive in the culturally distinct communities of Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island New York.
For Arch Auto Parts, an important factor in earning community trust is by operating locally, from CEO to counter staff.