Engine Parts Group Joins AAM Group

Engine Parts Group Joins AAM Group

AAM will assume operations of the Engine Pro program and brand starting Jan. 1, 2023.

The AAM Group announced that the shareholders of Engine Parts Group Inc. have voted to join AAM.

AAM will assume operations of the Engine Pro program and brand starting Jan. 1, 2023.

AAM’s current marketing programs – Parts Pro, Performance Corner and Total Truck Centers – serve resellers, suppliers and distributors in the performance and truck-accessories aftermarket. With its focus on engine parts and machine shops, Engine Pro will bring exciting new dimension to the AAM portfolio, the AAM Group asserted in a news release. 

Functioning as a distribution network for brand-name internal engine parts and a specialty engine-parts producer under the Engine Pro name, Engine Parts Group serves thousands of customers from nearly 100 distribution centers across three continents.

“The AAM Group is pleased to welcome Engine Pro to our family of programs,” AAM President Tim Odom said. “We believe the relationships between engine-parts distributors, supplier partners and local shops this group possesses aligns well with AAM’s core competencies. We look forward to working with these new members and suppliers to build a broader array of services and resources and create more value in the engine-parts segment of the aftermarket.”

Engine Parts Group President Jesse Jones added: “The Engine Parts Group has always been laser-focused on serving machine shops and engine rebuilders. We are excited to join forces with AAM to ensure our trading partners receive the very best products and services.”

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