Transtar Industries Joins The Pronto Network -

Transtar Industries Joins The Pronto Network

“We’re looking forward to serving new customers through this relationship,” said Transtar President & CEO Neil Sethi.

Transtar Industries, a leading automotive aftermarket parts and software solutions distributor, joined The Pronto Network as a warehouse distributor member and supplier partner. The Pronto Network is the industry’s largest and most diverse cooperative of automotive parts brands, suppliers, and distributors in North America.

“Transtar’s broad network across the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, extensive product expertise, and patent-winning ecommerce platform, Transend, will significantly benefit The Pronto Network’s membership,” Transtar and The Pronto Network asserted in a news release.

“We’re proud to participate as The Pronto Network’s newest warehouse distributor member and broaden their portfolio of quality products,” Transtar President and CEO Neil Sethi said. “With more than 63 locations, we’re looking forward to serving new customers through this relationship.”

Pronto Network President Robert Roos added: “Transtar joining The Pronto Network represents a significant expansion in our nationwide distribution network. Moreover, Pronto Network WDs will benefit from the ease of finding and ordering parts on”

In early March, Transtar acquired C&M Auto Parts, a full-line warehouse distributor headquartered in Trenton, NJ. C&M has been a member of Pronto since 2008.

“Over the years, C&M has benefited from our partnership with Pronto and now The Pronto Network,” C&M President Glenn Morreale said. “Their supplier and national account programs provide growth and opportunity, while the national meetings help us prepare for the demands of the automotive aftermarket.”

For more information, contact Maggie McNamara at [email protected].

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