Butler’s Auto Recycling Explains the Potential Effects of COVID-19 on Auto Recycling in the United States




Analysts within the automotive recycling industry are predicting that the industry could begin seeing a surge in demand for used auto parts. COVID-19 is continuing to impact the United States, making these very uncertain times for many businesses, including auto parts manufacturers. A Milton auto recycler, Butler’s Auto Recycling, is working to stay on top of the effects of COVID-19 on the auto recycling industry.

Automotive supply chains around the world have felt the strong effects of COVID-19, including factory shutdowns in Italy, China and Canada. With workers experiencing layoffs for health and safety concerns, many parts needed for larger assemblies are becoming delayed or unavailable. These parts shortages will likely begin affecting the United States in the coming weeks, leading many to possibly turn to recycled parts alternatives.

An increase in demand for used auto parts would provide an incentive and opportunity for auto recyclers across the country to improve recycling efforts. Suppliers in the recycling industry are being advised to prepare for this increase and refine their operating procedures to accommodate for the added consumer traffic.

For customers looking for used auto parts in Milton, Butler’s Auto Recycling is open to serve their community. Since 1977, they have been providing quality used parts and expert customer service to the Milton and Pensacola areas. The staff is highly trained and always up-to-date on trends affecting the industry. Management would like to assure their customers that they are implementing the proper procedures to ensure the health and safety of both customers and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.

To learn more about Butler’s Auto Recycling or to inquire about available parts, customers can visit their website, www.miltonautoparts.com, or give them a call at  850-564-6566  for more information.

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