, The Online Global Core Exchange For The Automotive Parts Industry Launches, the only online global exchange for the automotive and heavy industrial parts rebuilders and recyclers launches today. will change the way auto parts cores are exchanged.
July 21, 2009 - PRLog -- launches today to become the first truly global exchange for the automotive and heavy equipment used parts industry. The web site allows participants of all sizes to interact with one another on a "level playing field" to find and sell rebuildable cores.

"The demand for recycled autoparts is at its highest because of economic and environmental pressures" say Scott Alexander, founder of "Because of this it is more important than ever that the supply chain of used, rebuilable parts is solid, reliable, and neutral. is the tool to accomplish this."

The market participants in the core rebuilders supply chain range in size from a one or two person operation to multi-million dollar industrial giants. Each participant brings value to the equation, but due to resources it has been difficult to market and sell to one another. The used airplane parts market has relied on similar exchanges for years and is now a critical part of that industry. "We feel it is about time the used auto parts market has a similar technology." says Alexander.

The site is free to register and placing ads is free for the remainder of 2009. Beginning is 2010 a minimal ad placement fee will be charged.

# # # is the only online global exchange for the automotive and heavy industrial parts rebuilders and recyclers. Founded by Scott Alexander the site aims to revolutionize the rebuilt and used auto parts supply chain and increase the environmental awareness of the industry.
Tags:Auto Parts, Used, Engine Core, Cores, Salvage, Car Parts, Rebuilt Auto Parts, Core Supplier, Industrial, Trucks
Industry:Automotive, Industrial, Transportation
Location:Colleyville - Texas - United States
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