Stoystown Auto Wreckers Announces Updates to Computerized Parts Inventory System




Stoystown Auto Wreckers, a prominent East Coast new and used auto parts supplier, has updated its state-of-the-art, computerized parts inventory system. The system is responsible for cataloging the millions of parts available from the vehicles at the company’s 50-acre facility. The company stated that the system will allow its 10 sales specialists to locate what clients need even more quickly and reliably.

“Since 1948, Stoystown Auto Wreckers has grown steadily, in large part because of our longstanding dedication to continuing improvement,” said tive Jim Steinbeck, a company representative. “These important new updates to our powerful parts inventory system are going to help us deliver even better service to our clients. With 50 acres full of vehicles standing ready to provide parts, we’re now even readier than before to supply just about any automotive part that might be needed.”

However they might be obtained, used car and truck parts often carry price tags a small fraction of what new ones retail for. The used automotive parts industry is worth around $22 billion annually, according to the Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA). In addition to cutting the costs of repairs, reused car parts also benefit the environment, with the same source estimating that this option conserves around 85 million barrels of oil worth of energy in the United States every year.

Stoystown Auto Wreckers has been in business since 1948. It was founded by Skip Fleegle. Frank Mayak bought a partnership state in 1963. It is still owned and operated by the Mayak family today. It is an ARA Gold Seal facility.

The new back-end updates to the company’s powerful computerized inventory system will allow Stoystown Auto Wreckers’ sales staff to provide even better, faster service. The company’s current inventory of used parts can be viewed online at http://stoystownauto.com.

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