NEW YORK, August 15, 2023 – Inc. Magazine revealed that FCP Euro is No. 3362 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. It is FCP Euro's tenth appearance on the illustrious list.
FCP Euro was founded in 2001 by Connecticut natives Nick Bauer and Scott Drozd after identifying an opportunity to take a brick-and-mortar auto parts store online. Since its last award, the company is projected to surpass $200 million in revenue by the end of 2023.
"It's an honor to achieve a spot on the Inc. 5000 list for the tenth time, especially throughout such economic uncertainty," said CEO Scott Drozd on Monday. "It's a testament to our continued investment in our employees, customers, and organization to help European car owners have a more enjoyable experience.”
FCP Euro caters to DIY-focused European automotive enthusiasts—providing an extensive collection of instructional videos and DIY guides to walk customers through repairs, specially designed service kits containing every part for a job, and a Lifetime Replacement Guarantee on most parts. With those three services combined, FCP Euro offers a unique and highly knowledgeable set of services for every European car owner looking to save money on repairs from dealerships or independent shops. Additionally, their customer experience phone and chat line is always manned by make-specific experts ready to assist with any job or parts search.
“Being able to sustain a position on this list year after year is truly remarkable," said Nick Bauer, President of FCP Euro. "I'm really proud that for over 20 years, our team continues to navigate every challenge and make meaningful improvements to our already incredible business," Bauer added.
Since FCP Euro’s last inclusion on this list, they’ve opened a 146,000-square-foot facility in Mesa, Arizona, to provide West Coast customers with unmatched shipping times. This facility will increase FCP Euro's distribution footprint by 150%, allowing them to increase the depth of In-Stock inventory and capacity across the board. Once running at full capacity, the new distribution center will continue to support the sustained and steadfast growth of the auto parts supplier.
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