Parts Authority Acquires B&L Auto Parts and Paint

Parts Authority Acquires B&L Auto Parts and Paint

The transaction was finalized on Dec. 16.

Parts Authority announced it has acquired B&L Auto Parts and Paint, headquartered in Bangor, Maine.

The transaction was finalized on Dec. 16.

B&L Auto Parts and Paint has served the Maine area for more than 47 years. The business opened its doors in 1975 as a small independent parts store, and has grown into a 22,000-square-foot facility that provides customers with one of the largest selections of parts and specialty products in the area, and delivers first-class customer service, according to Parts Authority.

“Parts Authority is a fast-growing, innovative automotive parts distribution business leader,” said Gerald Doane, owner of B&L Auto Parts and Paint. “Their unmatched parts availability and customer-driven values align with B&L’s, creating synergy. The B&L team will significantly benefit from joining a company that respects and fosters the growth of its team members.”

“Gerald and the team at B&L have been committed to providing customers with the best parts and customer service possible,” said Randy Buller, president, and CEO of Parts Authority. “This is an amazing opportunity as we expand Parts Authority into new territory. I want to welcome all the talented people at B&L to the team!”

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