Hytec Automotive Announces Strategic Partnership With Barrett Distribution Centers

Hytec Automotive Announces Strategic Partnership With Barrett Distribution Centers

The partnership will allow for same-day shipments of Hytec auto parts.

DORAL, Fla. – The Hytec Automotive Group has formed a strategic partnership with Barrett Distribution Centers of Pico Rivera, Calif., to ship and distribute Hytec Automotive branded aftermarket parts. The partnership will allow for same-day shipments of Hytec auto parts.
 
“We are extremely pleased to announce the partnership with Barrett Distribution Centers,” said James Irving, CFO, The Hytec Automotive Group. “To now have the ability to ship our Hytec brand quality automotive parts the same day they are ordered will now afford us the ability to compete with any distribution and fulfillment channel in our industry. Our Western United States customers will benefit greatly with this on-demand distribution platform”
 
Barrett’s 120,000-square-foot fulfillment center provides expert fulfillment services for the surrounding areas including Orange County, Los Angeles County, Southern California and the Inland Empire. It is conveniently located 20 miles from Los Angeles International Airport and 17 miles from the Port of Long Beach. It also has immediate access to the 605, 105 and Santa Ana freeways.
 
Hytec Automotive’s 33,000-square-foot warehouse location in Columbus, Ohio, will continue to serve automotive parts customers in the Midwest and Eastern United States regions.
 

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