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Uniparts O.E.M. is a company specialized in the sale of OEM parts to collision centres, since 1997.
Uniparts O.E.M. groups all makes from Acura to Volvo on a one line card, per territory, for the complete OEM parts solution to collision repair centres.
UNIPARTS O.E.M. provides dealerships service from experienced parts sales representatives at a competitive price.
UNIPARTS O.E.M. representatives actively visit collision repair centres in order to increase part sales for the dealership.
UNIPARTS O.E.M. representatives report regularly to the parts manager.
UNIPARTS O.E.M. services to dealerships include: soliciting new accounts, managing invoice concerns, providing credit applications to support new accounts, and providing centralized search for back orders. We work jointly with major insurance companies.
One point of contact for all your OEM Needs.
Complete O.E.M. supplier management, Superior service, Competitive discounts.
Back Order Parts Search, Don’t waste your time, Let us find your parts
Back Order Part Proof, make you Back Order official by getting supplier documentation.
Lifetime Warranty on Body parts, contact your representative for details.
Competitive pricing programs, Genuine parts priced like aftermarket.
Las Vegas, Nevada -- November 15, 2016 -- With twenty years of remarkable growth under their belts, employees of Uniparts O.E.M./Unipiece were treated to a Vegas-style celebration that coincided with the recent SEMA 2016 show in Nevada. "It was the 20th Anniversary of Uniparts. We celebrated by having our national sales meeting in Vegas. We invited everyone to come
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