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FCP Groton Makes 'Inc.' Magazine List of Fastest Growing Companies(November 14, 2011)
Old Saybrook, CT (PRWEB) November 14, 2011
FCP Groton, a trusted online parts provider of Import and European Car Parts in the Automotive Aftermarket Industry, was recognized by Inc. Magazine as number 3,522 on the list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in the United States with 49% revenue growth over the last three years. FCP has been further distinguished by ranking as number 158 in the retail category. The $290 Billion Automotive Aftermarket Industry is the market for parts and accessories used in the upkeep or enhancement of previously purchased light or heavy duty automotive vehicles.
Scott Drozd, FCP CEO, reports this is a result of their policy of placing their customers needs and desires first, combined with continued inventory expansion of quality Genuine, OEM and Aftermarket car parts that their active customer base of over 250,000 automobile enthusiasts demand.
FCP is devoted to developing and maintaining user friendly and accurate automotive catalogs with 10% of their staff devoted to this continued cause. FCP is both a customer and technology focused company - this unique blended culture has yielded outstanding results worthy of reward and recognition.
"FCP is proud of the recognition we have received from Inc. Magazine," commented FCP Groton CEO, Scott Drozd. "We could not have achieved this growth without the outstanding effort from our staff, the dedication of our senior management and a truly talented web development team."
Founded in 1986 as a locally focused brick-and-mortar import company, FCP Groton went online in 2000 and the company services both European and Asian cars through two advanced ecommerce websites FCP Euro and FCP Import built on the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) ACES database standard.
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