Friday, 07 August 2015 19:25

Team PRP Nationwide Recycling Network Adds Milliron Auto Parts, Inc.

Milliron Auto Parts, Inc., located in Mansfield, Ohio, has become the newest automotive recycler to join with the Team PRP nationwide network. 

“I am extremely excited to announce the addition of Milliron Auto Parts to Team PRP,” stated Team PRP’s Executive Director, Mark Gamble. “They are a key addition within our Midwest expansion that provides a critical transportation link to our Northeast partners, as well as benefiting our customers with expanded inventory and quicker delivery. Their inclusion certainly provides a building block for expansion in Ohio, and continues our strong momentum in adding first-rate partners across the nation.”

Grant Milliron founded Milliron Auto Parts in 1954. Currently owned and operated by his son, Karl Milliron, this second-generation business now operates a hybrid facility, conducting its full-service operation alongside of its newly founded self-serve You Pull and Save business. Milliron operates on an 18-acre facility with 40,000 square feet under roof, and employs 26 individuals.  

“The Team PRP family of recyclers is the right choice for Milliron to be aligned with,” explained Karl Milliron. “Over the last several years, we have seen major industry shifts that have changed the landscape in which we operate. I have watched the Team PRP organization grow over the years, and I am excited about the direction in which it is heading and the leadership taking it there.  By joining Team PRP, we help preserve our existence in this industry and allow ourselves the best opportunity for profitability.”

Milliron Auto Parts, according to a press release, "has placed strong emphasis on environmentally friendly and best management practices since its inception. We also place great importance on modernization and use of current technology to provide the highest quality service to their customers."

Milliron’s professional industry affiliations include Automotive Recyclers of America (ARA), United Recyclers Group (URG), and Ohio Auto and Truck Recyclers Association (OATRA).

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