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Grade A & Amen Auto Parts, is a company specializing in New and Used Auto Parts, as well as automotive and metal recycling. The Auto Parts division is engaged in the business of selling used and new auto parts to body shops, car dealers, auto parts dealers and walk in retail customers. The automotive and metal recycling division purchases junk and wrecked cars from auto parts yards, wreckers and individuals in order to process and recycle. Grade A & Amen Auto Parts offers a "Total Package" concept to all of its customers. The ferrous division's major products include recycling of steel and iron products, whereas the non-ferrous division recycles copper, aluminum, and brass. Combining the auto parts division with the auto recycling division, Grade A & Amen Auto Parts provides a "One Stop Shop" for its customer base. Grade A & Amen Auto Parts believes that it offers a more complete line of products and services than its competitors and is better able to coordinate these services on a local, regional and nationwide basis. Utilizing our computer network, Grade A & Amen Auto Parts is linked to over 2500 auto part dealers across the country. This allows us to offer top quality as well as the most competitively priced auto parts for both import and domestic cars. Additionally, by operating a U-pick lot, inventoried parts yard and auto recycling yard, we are able to provide services to all of our customers. OUR CUSTOMERS ARE AN ESSENTIAL PART OF OUR BUSINESS - NOT OUTSIDERS. THEY ARE HUMAN BEINGS WITH FEELINGS AND DESERVE TO BE TREATED WITH RESPECT. OUR CUSTOMERS DESERVE THE MOST COURTEOUS ATTENTION WE CAN GIVE THEM. THEY ARE THE LIFEBLOOD OF OUR COMPANY. THEY PAY OUR SALARY AND WAGES. WITHOUT THEM WE WOULD HAVE TO CLOSE OUR DOORS. WE MUST NEVER FORGET THAT.