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U-Pull-And-Pay (UPAP) celebrated the grand opening for its newest retail self-service used auto parts store at 250 Eastgate Drive in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania. Located near the intersection of Robinson Blvd and Frankstown Road at the former site of the East Hills Mall, the site spans nearly 22 acres. UPAP employs 25 teammates.

The Penn Hills site has the capacity to stock over 1,600 used cars and trucks displayed on stands, arranged in rows, and separated by manufacturer. Customers bring their own tools to remove high quality used parts, drive train components, or other auto accessories for purchase. UPAP sells used auto parts at a fraction of retail prices.

The Penn Hills site brings the UPAP operations to a total of 10 self-serve used auto part locations across seven states: Albuquerque; Aurora, Colorado; Cincinnati; Colorado Springs; Denver; Indianapolis; Orlando; Phoenix and West Palm Beach. U-Pull-&-Pay is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a subsidiary of Nucor Corporation.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News