Pull-A-Part is planning to open its first Pennsylvania location in the Borough of West Mifflin in Pittsburgh. Atlanta-based Pull-A-Part has acquired a 72 acre site at 1451 Lebanon School Road, where it will build a retail facility and service areas related to the do-it-yourself used auto parts business.
The new location also marks the company’s expansion into the Northeast. When the new Pittsburgh used parts superstore opens, Pull-A-Part will operate a network of 29 DIY used auto parts superstores in 13 states.
The new Pull-A-Part retail location in West Mifflin, expected to be open for business by early 2015, is projected to create approximately 20 to 25 new jobs. The company currently is developing a site plan as part of the construction permit process.
At its new West Mifflin location, Pull-A-Part will have approximately 2,000 end-of-life, vehicles available to Pittsburgh area consumers who want to remove and buy high quality used auto parts while contributing to environmental sustainability.
Published in the September 2014 Edition of American Recycler News