Fisher Auto Parts Acquires Berrodin Parts Warehouse

Fisher Auto Parts Acquires Berrodin Parts Warehouse

Berrodin Parts Warehouse has nine warehouse locations throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware.

Fisher Auto Parts has acquired longtime Federated Auto Parts member Berrodin Parts Warehouse, the company announced.

“We are very excited that Berrodin Parts Warehouse has joined the Fisher family,” said Herb Godschalk, president of Fisher Auto Parts. “The Berrodin family has done an incredible job growing their business from one small store in the Philadelphia area to nine warehouses covering the mid-Atlantic states. We plan to build on their great success and continue the goodwill they have developed with their broad customer base.”

With headquarters in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, Berrodin Parts Warehouse employs more than 400 people and has nine warehouse locations throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware.

The family-owned business was founded in 1905 during the infancy of the automotive aftermarket. Today, Berrodin Parts Warehouse is a full-line distributor of major, name-brand aftermarket auto parts, providing OEM-quality and express delivery as well as training, marketing and signage programs for its independent installer customers.

As part of the transition, John Berrodin will stay on and lead as regional manager for Fisher Auto Parts, while Jim Berrodin will serve as a store support manager and Lou Berrodin as operations manager. Frank Berrodin Jr. will return to retirement at the conclusion of the acquisition.

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