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Lansing to End Outsourced Parts Contract

The City of Lansing, Mich., will terminate its business relationship with NAPA for the supply and management of vehicle parts at the city’s central garage facility, the city announced.

Evaluating Parts Outsourcing by the Numbers

Do fleets that have outsourced their parts management really get the savings they estimated? A few years after their decision to outsource, three fleets share their experiences — and their results.

Houston Sues Parts Supplier for $1M Overage

The City of Houston has sued its auto parts supplier, NAPA IBS, after an internal audit found the company overcharged the city more than $1 million. NAPA claims it has saved the city money and the city is misreading the contract.

Ore. Utility Outsources Parts Room to Reduce Costs

The Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) in Oregon has outsourced its parts room to NAPA IBS to better comply with internal controls, allow technicians more time to work on vehicles, and reduce the true cost of parts.