NAPA Service Award Presented to Brake Parts Inc

NAPA Service Award Presented to Brake Parts Inc

The NAPA Service Award was recently presented to Brake Parts Inc at the NAPA Vendor Summit in Atlanta.

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) has announced that it has received the NAPA Service Award at the annual NAPA Vendor Summit, which was held in Atlanta.

BPI Chairman of the Board Joe Parzick, President and CEO David Overbeeke, Chief Commercial Officer Paul Ferrandino, and Vice President of Sales David Ferretti received the award on behalf of the company.

“We are extremely honored to have received the NAPA Service Award as it is a testament to our commitment to providing NAPA Auto Parts stores and distribution centers with quality products and service that is second to none,” Overbeeke said. “With more than 10,000 SKUs across multiple brake categories, we’re proud to have attained the highest customer fill rate this past year. As we continue to grow our relationship with NAPA, we will remain a dedicated partner, providing top tier performance and consistency that they can rely on.”

“I’d like to thank NAPA for this distinctive recognition as it shows the strength of our relationship with the organization,” said Hoxsey. “We measure quality and our level of service across all product segments and employ continuous improvement initiatives in order to ensure consistently high order turn, order accuracy and damage-free, on-time delivery levels.”

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