CARSON, Calif., Oct. Four, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRTS), one every of the largest online providers of o.E.M car elements and accessories, today announced the appointment of Jim Barnes to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Barnes currently serves because of enVista, LLC, a delivery chain and unified trade consulting firm, where he has done because he co-founded enVista in 2002. Before founding enVista, he becomes the Executive Vice President and co-founder of Q4 Logistics. He has spent the last 25 years deploying delivery chain and organization answers and synchronizing fabric and data to with the flow for Fortune 500 manufacturers and retail businesses.
Mr. Barnes holds a B.S. Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Purdue University. “We are extremely pleased to have Jim be part of us,” said Lev Peker, the Company’s CEO. “Jim’s full-size logistics and operational information position him well to make valuable contributions to U.S. Auto Parts and our Board of Directors.”
Mr. Barnes commented: “U.S. Auto Parts is nicely located to develop its commercial enterprise offering low-priced aftermarket car elements to clients all over the U.S. I look forward to supporting gasoline that boom and participating with the rest of the board and control team.”
About U.S. Auto Parts
Established in 1995, U.S. Auto Parts is a leading online provider of automotive aftermarket elements, such as collision, engine, and performance elements and add-ons. Through the Company’s community of websites, U.S. Auto Parts gives purchasers an extensive selection of competitively priced products, all mapped by way of a proprietary database with packages based totally on car makes, models, and years.
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