Arch Auto Parts News
Arch Auto Parts Opens 12th NY Store; Kew Gardens Shoppers Save 40-70 Percent off OE Car and Truck Parts
Arch Auto Parts announces the grand opening of its 12th store at 127-25 Metropolitan Ave, Kew Gardens, NY 11415. Arch Auto Parts is especially well-stocked and staffed for this vibrant neighborhood, with over 50,000 OEM and other high quality truck and discount auto parts online and at 12 retail stores in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island. (more…)
NY, previously Sunrock Auto Parts. Announces Arch Auto Parts now offers new machine shop
services and OE-quality parts for medium and heavy duty (HD) trucks and commercial fleets, in
addition to 50,000 high quality, discount auto parts online and at 11 stores in Brooklyn, Queens and
New Arch Auto Parts Website Provides Quickest Availability, Most Comprehensive OE-Quality Auto Parts in New York
Arch Auto Parts customer-first web design and OE-brand partnerships elevate NY online and retail parts sale. Most orders ready for pick-up in 30 minutes; all 50,000+ OE-quality, low-cost auto parts available within 3 hours, the fastest availability in New York.
HOLLIS, NY, MAY 11, 2016
Arch Auto Parts, a leading aftermarket auto parts supplier in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, NY, has launched a retail e-commerce website that provides New York’s widest selection of OE-quality, low-cost parts available for quick, same-day pick-up. All of Arch Auto Parts’ 50,000+ high-quality aftermarket automotive parts are available to buy online, with most orders ready for pick-up at customer’s selected store in 30 minutes or less.The new ArchAutoParts.com site is built in three main sections, to reflect three unique advantages Arch Auto Parts brings NY retail parts shoppers. (more…)
Article Originally printed in Aftermarket Business World magazine.
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When the manager of Arch Auto Parts’ Atlantic Avenue location in Brooklyn, N.Y., discovered smoke pouring into the basement from a fire in a nearby building in July, the fire department quickly had the facility evacuated and shut off the power. But that didn’t stop the store from doing business.
Thanks to a new voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) phone system and a new IT infrastructure, all calls were forwarded to another one of Arch’s 10 locations. Arch was able to continue to fill orders remotely. (more…)