Pull-A-Part Buys Auto Recycling Operation

Pull-A-Part Buys Auto Recycling Operation

Pull-A-Part LLC has acquired an auto recycling operation for an undisclosed amount.

The Atlanta-based Pull-A-Part, a self-service auto parts company, purchased the El Paso, Texas, location of Mega U Pull, a self-service auto recycling yard, according to a news release.

It is Pull-A-Part’s second acquisition in Texas, following the purchase of the U-Pull-It Auto Parts location in Brownsville. The buy gives Pull-A-Part 26 used auto parts superstores in 12 states.

 “The addition of Mega U Pull in El Paso to the Pull-A-Part growing network of stores expands our presence in the southwestern market and supports the Pull-A-Part strategy of acquiring outstanding, existing operations or selectively developing greenfield locations across the country,” said Ross Kogon, Pull-A-Part president and CEO.

Pull-A-Part recycles used vehicles and emphasizes resource conservation, waste reduction and pollution prevention.

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