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News   July 22, 2013   by Auto Service World

Transit And CMX Join Forces


Transit Warehouse Auto Parts Distribution Inc. (Transit) has announced that it has joined forces with Toronto’s CMX Automotive Products (CMX). This merger will enable both companies to strengthen their overall product and service offerings.

The strategic location of CMX in Canada’s economic capital will give Transit, one of Canada’s top auto parts distributors, a more prominent position on the auto parts and accessories market and position it favourably against its competitors. This is an important development that will benefit all Transit clients.

“The main intention toward this merger is to better position ourselves, and to continue to provide our customers with the high-quality services they deserve,” said Mr. Stéphan Guay, president and CEO at Transit.

CMX and Transit will keep their respective names and logos, as well as the brand images they have each become known for. The merger is being made in a spirit of continuity and with the singular goal of satisfying the clientele.

For over five years, CMX has been located in one of Toronto’s vital sectors, and its management has over 50 years of combined experience in the distribution of automobile brake parts. Transit is eastern Quebec’s largest auto parts wholesaler. Together, these companies are sure to make a winning team.

“We look forward to providing CMX customers with a wider range of products that drive today’s market,” said Eric Goodman, president at CMX.

With over 40 years of experience, Transit is one of Canada’s top auto parts distributors with warehouses in Lévis and Calgary and its depots in Montréal, Toronto and Newfoundland. CMX is an industry leader in the distribution of automobile brake parts.


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