Proliance International, Inc. Named 2005 Vendor of the Year by Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc.

Proliance International, Inc. Named 2005 Vendor of the Year by Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc.

Proliance International, Inc. recently announced that it received two awards, including the prestigious 2005 Vendor of the Year award from Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc. The award was recently presented at the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance's annual vendor awards gathering in Boca Raton, FL.

Proliance International, Inc. recently announced that it received two awards, including the prestigious 2005 Vendor of the Year award from Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc. The award was recently presented at the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance’s annual vendor awards gathering in Boca Raton, FL.

“We are most honored to have earned such an important award,” said Charles E. Johnson, president and CEO of Proliance. “Over the past 20 years, we have developed a valued relationship with the members of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, providing radiators, heater cores and condensers to their distribution centers in North America. We are extremely pleased to participate in and celebrate the mutual growth achieved by both organizations this past year and for the many years of our association.”

In addition to the Vendor of the Year award, Proliance also received the Bronze Service Fulfillment award for fill rates in excess of 95 percent. The coveted Vendor of the Year award is given to one company in each of three different categories representing specific vendor performance criteria.

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