Sterling Bearing Opens Engine Pro Warehouse in South Florida - Engine Builder Magazine

Sterling Bearing Opens Engine Pro Warehouse in South Florida

Sterling Bearing, Inc. has opened a new branch warehouse in Dania Beach, FL to supply engine parts and shop supplies to wholesalers and engine builders throughout South Florida.

UnknownSterling Bearing, Inc., an Engine Pro parts and shop supplies distributor with locations in Kansas City, Minneapolis and New England, has opened a new branch warehouse in Dania Beach, FL to supply engine parts and shop supplies to wholesalers and engine builders throughout South Florida.
Sterling COO Steve Rich said, “Sterling had planned a 2014 expansion so the opportunity to continue Engine Pro distribution from the former Engine Rebuilders Warehouse at 59 SW 12th Ave #105 and to hire the years of engine expertise represented by the former ERW staff made South Florida the logical location.”
Sterling Bearing, was founded in 1936 in Kansas City, MO. Under President Tom Winkler, who joined Sterling in 1967, Sterling focuses on wholesale distribution of branded engine parts from major world manufacturers and Sterling’s own Blockmaster brand of engine kits.
As a charter member of the Engine Parts Group, Inc. Sterling joins Engine Pro in celebrating the group’s 25th anniversary in 2014. The Sterling Engine warehouse in South Florida is the 35th Engine Pro bricks-and-mortar location and will stock and distribute the entire line of Engine Pro products.
For more information: www.kcenginepro.com.

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