AutoZone Opening New Store On Staten Island
AutoZone will open a 7,200-square-foot shop on a site that also has a new 7-Eleven.
Automotive Electronics, ‘Smart Tech’ Take Center Stage At Taipei Auto Parts Mega Show
It would be difficult to find any vehicle in the world that doesn’t have components made in Taiwan.
Can You Make Your Competition Raise Their Prices?
The only thing you can do is focus on how you conduct business, not how you’d like the other company to operate.
Jim Griffith, AutoZone’s Head Of Store Operations, To Retire Next Year
Griffith joined AutoZone in 1987 as a part timer and has held several positions in store operations, including store manager, district manager, regional manager and vice president of stores.
O’Reilly Auto Parts Marks 60th Anniversary
O’Reilly opened its first store on Dec. 2, 1957, in Springfield, Mo., with 13 employees.
How To Sell Auto Parts: Lessons From ‘Tommy Boy’
“Tommy Boy” is a valuable resource for anyone who sells auto parts for a living.
O’Reilly Auto Parts Opens 5,000th Store
O’Reilly Auto Parts recently marked a major milestone with the opening of its 5,000th store.
Taiwan’s Annual 4-In-1 Mega Automotive And Motorcycle Show Breaks Records
The capital city hosted a total of 3,772 booths for all four shows with 45,260 visitors attending the combined AMPA/ AutoTronics Taipei/Motorcycle Taiwan/EV Taiwan shows, show organizers say.
Are You Leaving Money on the Auto Parts Counter? Margin and Markup Explained
There is a difference between “margin” and “markup,” and what you don’t know about them is potentially costing you money. Even though most part stores have a point-of-sale system that calculates pricing, there are times when the parts specialist has to break out the calculator (or even a pen and paper!) to figure out the resale price of a part.