Fenix Parts Completes Acquisition of Brothers Auto Parts

Fenix Parts Completes Acquisition of Brothers Auto Parts

Brothers is a full-service automotive recycler servicing the Indianapolis market.

Fenix Parent LLC, operating as Fenix Parts, a Hurst, Texas-based recycler and reseller of OEM automotive parts, announced it has completed its acquisition of the assets of Brothers Auto Parts in Indianapolis. 

Brothers is a full-service automotive recycler servicing the Indianapolis market. This is Fenix Parts’ sixth acquisition in the Midwest, bringing Fenix’s location count to 24 full-service and five self-service locations.

“We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Brothers and excited about the addition of its experienced and talented team to the Fenix family,” said Bill Stevens, CEO of Fenix Parts. “This acquisition expands our Midwest footprint westward and leverages our existing Midwest distribution network to increase regional production. With a location in the ‘Crossroads of America,’ Fenix gains distribution and logistics access to multiple Midwestern markets as we continue to grow our business.” 

Stevens added: “I want to give a special welcome to the team at Brothers. Brothers has been in the auto-recycling business for over 35 years, and we are excited to have Jeremiah Johnson join Fenix to support our continued growth in the area as our general manager of Fenix Parts Indianapolis.”

Fenix Parts continues to pursue opportunities that align with its strategic-development plans. Current auto-recycling owners interested in learning more about Fenix’s acquisition process should contact the company at [email protected].

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