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Fisher Auto Parts Acquires Burlington Foreign Car Parts

BFCP operates nine locations – six in Vermont, two in New Hampshire and one in New York.

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Fisher Auto Parts acquired Burlington Foreign Car Parts (BFCP), the company announced.

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BFCP operates nine locations – six in Vermont, two in New Hampshire and one in New York. Adam Glaser will stay on following the acquisition and will continue to help grow the business.

“We are thrilled to transition our family business to the very capable hands of the Fisher team and I am excited to continue working and helping to grow the business,” Glaser said. “On behalf of the Glaser family, including my parents, Tom and Jill, I would like to extend our utmost thanks and appreciation for all the effort and dedication that the BFCP team has put in over the last 46 years. We also thank our very loyal customers and vendor partners for the roles they’ve had in our success.”

In addition to BFCP, Fisher has added 19 other locations within the past year, comprised of 11 in Michigan, three in Vermont and one each in Illinois, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

A member of the Automotive Parts Services Group/Federated Auto Parts, Fisher Auto Parts has approximately 500 company-owned locations and 100 independent jobbers in 18 states. Herb Godschalk, co-president of Fisher Auto Parts, made the announcement.

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