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Genuine Parts Company is a service company engaged in the distribution of automotive and industrial replacement parts and materials. Its segments include Automotive Parts Group and Industrial Parts Group. The Automotive Parts Group is an automotive parts network, distributing automotive parts, accessories and service items in North America, Europe, and Australasia. It offers complete inventory, cataloging, marketing, training, and other programs to the automotive aftermarket. In North America, the Automotive Parts Group sells parts primarily under the National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA) brand name through distribution centers and automotive parts stores (auto parts stores or NAPA AUTO PARTS stores). The Industrial Parts Group operates in both North America and Australasia. It provides customers with supply chain efficiencies through the Company’s on-site solutions offering. This service provides inventory management, asset repair and tracking, and vendor-managed inventory.

  • Revenue in USD (TTM)21.38bn
  • Net income in USD1.19bn
  • Incorporated1928
  • Employees52.00k
  • Location
    Genuine Parts Co2999 Wildwood ParkwayATLANTA 30339United StatesUSA
  • Phone+1 (678) 934-5000
  • Websitehttps://www.genpt.com/
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