APA Welcomes Texas Auto Parts

APA Welcomes Texas Auto Parts

Texas Auto Parts, located in Sugar Land, Texas, is an up-and-coming business started by a father and son duo.

Automotive Parts Associates (APA) welcomed its newest shareholder to the APA family, Texas Auto Parts.

Texas Auto Parts, located in Sugar Land, Texas, is an up-and-coming business started by a father and son duo, said APA. Syed “Kash” Kashif and his father, Asif, founded Texas Auto Parts in 2018. Asif is a veteran of the automotive industry and Kash is a finance major.

Starting the family business in a 3,000 sq.-ft. building was short lived. With the rapid growth of the business and a warehouse that was busting at the seams, Texas Auto Parts relocated into a 30,000 sq.-ft. building at the end of 2022, according to APA.

“Texas Auto Parts represents to me a great opportunity, not only with his business model but also because we see Kash as the next generation of entrepreneurial aftermarket distributors,” said Steve Tucker, APA president. “We are proud Texas Auto Parts chose APA as their partner for the future. Growing together is not just a slogan for us, it is why we are here.”

For more information, visit www.APA.parts.

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