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Arch Auto Parts Launches New Retail E-Commerce Website

All of Arch Auto Parts' 50,000-plus high-quality aftermarket automotive parts are available to buy online, with most orders ready for pickup at a customer's selected store in 30 minutes or less.

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HOLLIS, N.Y. – Arch Auto Parts, a leading aftermarket auto parts supplier in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, N.Y., has launched a new retail e-commerce website that provides New York’s widest selection of OE-quality, low-cost parts available for quick, same-day pick-up, according to the company. All of Arch Auto Parts’ 50,000-plus high-quality aftermarket automotive parts are available to buy online, with most orders ready for pickup at customer’s selected store in 30 minutes or less.

The new ArchAutoParts.com site is built in three main sections, to reflect three unique advantages Arch Auto Parts brings N.Y. retail parts shoppers, according to the company:

  • New York’s most comprehensive, fastest availability of high-quality auto parts at discount prices;
  • Strong commitment to OEM and OE-quality brands;
  • Counter expertise and service from true neighborhood stores.

“Usually, someone is already under the hood and half-way through a repair before they know which parts they need,” said Chris Bodh, CEO, Arch Auto Parts. “They don’t have time to search all over town, or wait days for delivery. They need parts that fit their vehicle―right then. We restructured our business so most customers can buy online, and their parts will be ready for pick-up as fast as they can drive to their closest Arch Auto Parts store.”

All 10 neighborhood Arch Auto Parts stores have their own dedicated web page, to highlight their personality and foster closer neighborhood connections. Arch Auto Parts’ locally owned and managed stores are committed to serving their neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island. With an average of ten years’ experience, Arch countermen are parts experts, who listen to customers and provide the exact-fit parts they need. 90% of Arch Auto Parts’ business is from repeat customers. 

Founded in 1979, Arch Auto Parts’ 10 locally owned and operated stores in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, N.Y., serve professional service and repair shops as well as DIY mechanics and auto enthusiasts. Arch Auto Parts delivers unsurpassed customer service and discount prices on a wide selection of OE-quality auto parts from ACDelco, Aisin, Akebono, Anchor Doan, AP Exhaust, Arc, Auto 7, BCA / NTN, Bosch, Centric, Continental, Denso, FCS, Fram, Gabriel, GMB, Mahle, MAS, Motorcraft, MPA, NGK, Pex, Sachs, Standard, Stant, Sylvania, Timken, TRW, TYC, VDO and other trusted brands.

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