Bow Auto Parts joins Team PRP network

May 1, 2012

May 1, 2012—Bow Auto Parts recently joined the Team PRP network of automotive recyclers, Team PRP announced Monday.

Team PRP’s network now includes a total of 111 automotive recycling organizations.

“Bow Auto Parts is a valuable addition to Team PRP. Their membership expands our network in the Northeast region and we are excited to have them as our first member in the New England area,” said Kent Rothwell, owner of Weaver Parts and chairman of Team PRP’s national board. “Bow’s vision aligns with PRP’s of delivering the highest quality products, backed by the best warranties and exceptional personal customer service.”

Bow, N.H.-based Bow Auto Parts is a full service auto recycler that specializes in light duty trucks, SUV’s and late model cars. The company, which operates a 10,000-square-foot warehouse with 17 employees, services several communities in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, including Concord, Manchester, Laconia, Nashua, Portsmouth and Boston.

“We had been sourcing parts from a Team PRP’s member business in New York and we were impressed with their inventory availability and efficiency, as well as their high standards for product quality and customer service,” said Allen Lindquist, owner of Bow Auto Parts. “It was almost like doing business with ourselves. Joining Team PRP seemed like a natural fit and we were excited to have access to their additional product lines and all of their training tools along with their entire network’s inventory.”

Team PRP said it is the largest national network of independent recycled parts distributors with roughly four million parts in inventory. For more information, visit

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