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CarParts.com Opens Las Vegas Distribution Center

The facility will deliver new parts to customers across the western United States, servicing all of the brands U.S. Auto Parts Network has to offer, including CarParts.com, JC Whitney and Auto Parts Warehouse.

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U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc., recently announced the opening of a 125,000-square-foot Las Vegas distribution center. The facility will deliver new parts to customers across the western United States, servicing all of the brands U.S. Auto Parts Network has to offer, including CarParts.com, JC Whitney and Auto Parts Warehouse.

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The warehouse will use state-of-the-art equipment to handle over 2,000 packages a day, and will pump at least $5 million annually into the Las Vegas economy. The distribution center will employ about 100 people in a variety of positions.

“We’re excited to be opening our distribution center in Las Vegas,” said CarParts.com chief operating officer and chief financial officer David Meniane. “We aim to become an integral part of the Las Vegas community. Indeed, it was Las Vegas’ hard working, high-skilled workforce that attracted us to the area in the first place. This top-of-the-line facility, along with the talent in Las Vegas, will give us the ability to deliver parcel packages to 94% of the country within two days’ time, getting drivers across the United States the right parts for all of their auto repair and maintenance needs.”

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