Brake Parts Inc. Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of Partnership With Uni-Select

Brake Parts Inc. Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of Partnership With Uni-Select

Over the past 20 years, BPI and Uni-Select have gone through many changes, but the foundation of their partnership has remained strong and focused on growing their mutual businesses in the Canadian Aftermarket, the companies said.

MCHENRY, Ill. – Brake Parts Inc is pleased to announce the 20th anniversary of its business partnership with Uni-Select Canada. In 1994, Uni-Select embarked on a change in brake suppliers and migrated to the Raybestos brand. 

“Uni-Select is proud to partner with high-quality manufacturers to present the best product offering to its customers. Our long-lasting partnership with Brake Parts Inc aligns with our core value to establish winning relationships with our suppliers,” said Gary O’Connor, president and chief operating officer, Automotive Canada of Uni-Select.

Over the past 20 years, BPI and Uni-Select have gone through many changes, but the foundation of their partnership has remained strong and focused on growing their mutual businesses in the Canadian Aftermarket, the companies said.

“We’ve always been impressed with the productivity and strength of the Uni network,” said David Overbeeke, president and CEO, BPI. “Our longstanding relationship has supported mutual growth for both teams. We look forward to another 20 years of helping them serve their vast network of installers and wholesalers with the best brake products in the Aftermarket.”

For more information on Brake Parts Inc and Raybestos brand brake products, visit www.RaybestosBrakes.com or call 800-323-0354.

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