Incline invests in Weaver Parts

The Carnesville, Georgia company distributes mechanical parts and collision parts to over 6,400 repair shops across the Southeast.

Incline Equity Partners has invested in Weaver Parts, a value-added distributor of recycled OEM auto parts to collision and mechanical repair shops.

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Incline Equity Partners (“Incline”), a Pittsburgh-based private equity firm, is pleased to announce that it has made an investment in Weaver Parts (“Weaver” or the “Company”), a leading value-added distributor of recycled OEM auto parts to collision and mechanical repair shops throughout the Southeastern United States.

Based in Carnesville, GA, Weaver provides customers with both mechanical parts, such as engines and transmissions, as well as collision parts, including door assemblies, lights, fenders, trunk lids and hoods.  Since its founding in 1992, Weaver has developed meaningful experience procuring and dismantling salvage vehicles, and cataloging in-demand parts, giving the Company the ability to maintain high levels of in-stock inventory for its customer base of over 6,400 repair shops across the Southeast.

“Weaver has distinguished itself as a best-in-class operator and a highly scalable platform company,” said Evan Weinstein, Partner at Incline.  “We are thrilled to be able to support Kent and the Weaver team with additional resources and together execute on the Company’s ambitious growth plan.”