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News   December 28, 2011   by CARS Magazine

Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance welcomes two new members

NPW out of Miami, Fla., became the newest Bumper to Bumper shareholder member, while El Progreso out of La Paz, Mexico became the newest Auto Value shareholder member.


The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance has added National Auto Parts Warehouse (NPW) and Autopartes El Progreso to their group.

Effective Dec. 1, 2011, NPW out of Miami, Fla., became the newest Bumper to Bumper shareholder member, while El Progreso out of La Paz, Mexico became the newest Auto Value shareholder member.

NPW currently operates five warehouse facilities across the United States in Florida and California.

El Progreso operates a warehouse facility in La Paz, and four company-owned parts stores in the extreme Southern region of Baja California Sur, with a fifth scheduled to open in 2012.

“We are honored and delighted to announce the addition of National Auto Parts Warehouse and Autopartes El Progreso as new shareholder members of Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance,” said John R. Washbish, president and CEO of The Alliance. “Their membership reinforces our group’s commitment to independent warehouse distribution, and their profiles perfectly match the high standards we have for acceptance into our group.”