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PartCycle offers ‘Amazon-like experience’ for shopping, buying used auto parts

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PartCycle Technologies launches The PartCycle Marketplace, an e-commerce platform providing recycled and remanufactured original equipment (OE) auto parts that makes it easy for collision and mechanical repair professionals, and consumers, to quickly compare and purchase quality parts from professional automotive recyclers nationwide.

“We want to make it easier for professionals to find the right parts," says Brandon Gillis, President of PartCycle Technologies. "We have a huge network of professional recyclers who provide high quality parts, with warranties, and ship them fast."

It's never been easier for collision and/or mechanical repair professionals to save time sourcing parts, Gillis said. PartCycle's streamlined parts search and ability to purchase multiple parts at once removes the need to spend hours calling and comparing prices, quality and suppliers.

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"That's why we built the marketplace. We knew that if we could make it quick and simple to compare the price and condition of exact replacement parts, and if every supplier was someone you could trust, that people would love it," says Gillis.

PartCycle said it reviews every supplier, requiring each to ensure high quality and environmentally safe dismantling and inventory storage processes before allowing them to list parts on the Marketplace. Many PartCycle suppliers are also members of the United Recyclers Group (URG), Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) and Team Premium Recycled Parts (PRP), who require their members to abide by stringent local and national regulations when dismantling inoperable vehicles then salvaging undamaged components for resale. These quality control procedures help ensure that every part sold through the Marketplace is clean, tested and includes a standard warranty.

PartCycle said its technology modernizes the process of buying and selling used auto parts. It's fast, works across all devices and features everything you would expect from a modern e-commerce experience like Amazon or other online retailers, Gillis said.

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