Press "Enter" to skip to content

American Tire Distributors to acquire Monro, Inc.’s Tires Now distribution assets

Tires Now operates seven facilities across the Southeastern United States, servicing more than 3,500 wholesale customer locations annually

Huntersville, N.C. and Rochester, N.Y.—American Tire Distributors (ATD) and Monro, Inc. have announced they have entered into a definitive agreement so that ATD will acquire Monro’s wholesale tire distribution assets, operating under the Tires Now name.

Tires Now operates seven facilities across the Southeastern United States, servicing more than 3,500 wholesale customer locations annually. In addition to servicing wholesale customers, ATD will also strengthen its strategic support of the tire business at Monro’s more than 1,300 retail stores. Both Monro and ATD, as well as their respective partners and customers, are expected to benefit from increased operational efficiencies created through this transaction.

“With the addition of Tires Now, we are taking another important step in ATD’s transformation journey,” said Stuart Schuette, President and Chief Executive Officer of ATD. “We are adding volume and geographic reach that will make us an even stronger supply chain partner to our customers and the manufacturers with which we work. We also view this as a win for the tire supply chain network and a step forward for both ATD’s and Monro’s commitments to sustainability. This transaction will support ATD’s ESG and current emissions efficiency initiatives, and together with Tires Now, we will be able to better reduce overall emissions. This is a truly unique opportunity, and we look forward to working closely with Monro, as well as our other customers, to provide our full platform of ATD’s logistics services.”

“By transitioning our Tires Now assets to ATD, we are doubling down our focus on our retail footprint while gaining the financial and operational flexibility to continue executing our plans,” said Mike Broderick, President and Chief Executive Officer of Monro. “We have worked with ATD for almost 20 years. We are excited to build on our relationship as we leverage their logistics network and innovation to better serve our growing group of retail customers with the highest standards of service. We also are pleased by the sustainability benefits of this transaction, including emissions reductions.”

The transaction is expected to close by the end of the second quarter of calendar 2022.

Comments are closed.

Bringing you regional and national automotive aftermarket news