COLUMBUS, OH—March 17, 2015— Smyth Automotive Parts Plus is excited to announce the opening of their fifth warehouse distribution center in Hillard. The warehouse, located in Franklin County, opened for business on March 2nd. The Hilliard location marks Smyth Automotive’s 23rd part locations in Ohio.
“The aftermarket industry in Columbus has welcomed us with open arms,” said Jim Smyth, CEO of Smyth Automotive. “We have a very strong presence in Cincinnati and plan to make the same impact in Columbus, and with the way our business is growing here, we will be opening more stores in no time.”
Smyth Automotive Parts Plus now operates four warehouses and one retail location in the Columbus area. Smyth serves the areas of Westerville, Newark, Reynoldsburg, Downtown and now Hilliard. Smyth also has 17 other retail and warehouse locations through Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Smyth Automotive Parts Plus has a family owned and operated business since 1963. The operation has over 400 employees, 250 plus vehicles, and more than 100,000 square feet of warehouse inventory.
“I have been working for Smyth Automotive since November of 2014 and have enjoyed being a part of such a great and influential company,” said Cane Poston, Manager of Smyth’s Columbus warehouse. “The new warehouse will definitely create more opportunities for growth in the Central Ohio region.”
The Columbus warehouse is located on 4093 Leap Rd. Hillard, OH 43215. For additional information please contact the warehouse directly at (614) 771-0085.
About Smyth Automotive Parts Plus
Smyth Automotive is a privately held automotive aftermarket parts company and has grown and expanded into 23 parts stores with eight paint centers throughout the greater Cincinnati Tri-state area, Dayton, and Columbus.
Smyth carries a complete line of tools and equipment for the “do it yourselfer” and professional installer. Smyth Automotive is a proud member of Parts Plus. With the company’s strong emphasis on retail, Smyth Automotive has built the Parts Plus name throughout the region.