Engine Pro Honors Top Suppliers - Engine Builder Magazine

Engine Pro Honors Top Suppliers

Engine Parts Group, Inc. (Engine Pro) honored six top suppliers at its recent winter shareholders meeting.

Companies recognized as Featured Suppliers were B & P Rods, Durabond Bearing Co., Ferrea Racing Components, Hastings Manufacturing Co., Melling Engine Parts and SA Gear Co.

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Pictured are: Sal Abdallah, S.A. Gear Co.
; Steve Tucker, S.A. Gear Co.; 
Oscar Romano, Ferrea Racing Components
; John Verburg, Ferrea Racing Components; 
Marion Holt, Hastings Manufacturing Co.; 
Don Weber, Engine Parts Group, Inc.; 
Chuck Barnett, Melling Engine Parts and Dura Bond Bearings; Bob Kollar, Hastings Manufacturing Co.; 
Bill McCleskey, Melling Engine Parts and Dura Bond Bearings; and Steve Arent, Melling Engine Parts and Dura Bond Bearings.

Shareholders select the Featured Suppliers from more than 90 companies providing engine parts to the group. The suppliers are selected based on each company’s ability to offer extraordinary value, exceptional programs and policies, and maintaining excellent working relationships.

Companies chosen for the Featured Supplier Award also must be the primary source in their product category to at least 80% of Engine Pro’s members.

Founded 24 years ago, Engine Pro is the largest engine parts distribution network in the U.S. The group is made up of independent specialty engine parts distributors who warehouse a full line of internal engine components for domestic and import passenger car, light truck, heavy duty, industrial, marine, agricultural and performance applications. Engine Pro operates 35 distribution centers throughout the U.S. and Australia.

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