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Speedway Motors Announces Plans to Open a New Distribution Center

Auto Tech Outlook | Friday, January 08, 2021

Speedway Motors Announces Plans to Open a New Distribution Center

Speedway Motors started as a small component store in Lincoln, Neb. Today, Speedway Motors sells more than 250,000 racing, street, muscle, and rod products with more than 450 employees.

FREMONT, CA: Speedway Motors, a manufacturer, supplier, and dealer of high-quality vehicle components and racing goods, announced plans to open a 300,000 square-foot distribution center in Kearneysville, W.Va.

“Since 1952, Speedway Motors has been committed to providing a broad selection of high-quality, affordable automotive parts— delivered quickly, efficiently and without any hassles,” said Clay Smith, President, and Owner, Speedway Motors. “The new location cuts shipping times for our customers on the East Coast helping us fulfill our promise of fast delivery.”

Speedway Motors started as a small component store in Lincoln, Neb. Today, Speedway Motors sells more than 250,000 racing, street, muscle, and rod products with more than 450 employees.

“I’m so excited to welcome Speedway Motors to West Virginia and help them serve their global customer base from here,” said Gov. Justice. “West Virginia continues to show the world we are a great place do business and this innovative, unique, family-owned, manufacturing company is a wonderful addition to Jefferson County.”

They expect to start recruiting for the new facility in January and February. Positions will cover human services, storage, and maintenance, adding more than 25 new jobs to Kearneysville.

“West Virginia is uniquely positioned to help companies like Speedway Motors that are committed to customer service and serving their customer base efficiently,” said West Virginia Secretary, Commerce Ed Gaunch. “We are delighted to welcome them to Almost Heaven.”

The corporation has partnered with the West Virginia Development Office and the Jefferson County Development Authority to make this modern production and sales operation possible for the East Panhandle.

“We are excited Speedway Motors has selected Jefferson County as their new parts distribution and manufacturing facility bringing new jobs to the area,” said Dennis Jarvis, Executive Director, Jefferson County Development Authority. “Speedway Motors is family-owned operation committed to quality products and outstanding service.”

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