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Transtar talks expanding distribution for 2024

Our sister site, AftermarketNews, recently sat down with Transtar leadership.

If you track the growth of Transtar Holding Co. over the last two years, you’ll see a strategic focus on expanding into complete auto care, where it has made two major acquisitions with plans for more in 2024. It started when the traditional transmission driveline company acquired C&M Auto Parts, a Pronto Network member based in New Jersey, in Q1 of 2023 and continued with welcoming Arch Auto Parts, with 21 locations throughout New York City and surrounding areas, into the fold in December. To align these businesses under the mission of simplifying complex vehicle repair to keep the world moving, the company created NexaMotion Group (NMG), a portfolio of businesses that provides world-class customer service, cutting-edge technology solutions and the distribution of OE and aftermarket automotive products.

Our sister site, AftermarketNews, sat down with Neil Sethi, president and CEO of Transtar Holding Co., and Chris Bodh, Arch Auto owner and CEO who will now serve as group president of general repair businesses. Sethi and Bodh explain the vision for the newly created NexaMotion Group and how it’s looking to offer resources to transform vehicle repair for shops.

Click here to read the interview on the AMN site.

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