GO Auto 5th Anniversary Celebration
It’s been an amazing 5 years serving Northeast Florida and many more customers nation-wide. Here’s a few images of our 5-year Anniversary Celebration!
We’re part of the GrowFL Florida Companies to Watch
We’re pleased to be a part of the fifty leading second-stage companies have been selected from more than 500 nominations statewide. The 2014 class joins an esteemed group of 150 previous Florida Companies to Watch winners honored over the past three years.
Florida Companies to Watch is an awards program that celebrates privately held second-stage companies headquartered in the state. To be eligible, applicants must employ between 6 and 99 full-time equivalent employees and have between $750,000 and $50 million in annual revenue or working capital in place. Awardees are selected for demonstrating the intent and capacity to grow based on employee or sales growth, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, sustainable competitive advantage, outstanding corporate culture, inspired community giving and other notable strengths.
We’ve made the list again!
2014 Business Journal 50 Fastest-Growing Companies in Northeast Florida
GO Auto Recycling has made the 2014 Inc. 5000
For the 2nd year in a row!
Auto recycling owners tap into the value and environmental advantage of business
by Lauren Darm
GO Auto plans self-service GO Pull-It auto-parts site in West Jacksonville
by Karen Brune Mathis, Managing Editor
GO Auto Recycling expanding with Mervis Industries in Westside
by Karen Brune Mathis, Managing Editor
“Customer service is our priority. As a URG8000 Certified Recycler, our goal is to outperform the competition and insure your customer satisfaction. We strive daily toward this goal.”
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Look who is on the cover of Locator magazine for the Winter 2012 edition, Go Auto Recycling. Way to GO Brian and Jason!
See page 8 for the article. partslocator.com/news
Nassau County Fire-Rescue Receives Valuable Training
by: Roger R. West
Nassau County Fire-Rescue personnel participated in a three-day training session on vehicle extrication techniques. Each of the three shifts attended the day long training to enhance their knowledge and skills.
With the ever changing technology and vehicle designs, new challenges are faced in regards to safely removing patients from vehicles. One of the new challenges faced by rescue personnel are the ever increasing number of hybrid cars. These vehicles can have up to 300 volts of electricity flowing through the power cables. If a rescuer cuts into these cables, serious burns and/or death from electrocution can occur. Newer vehicles are also being built utilizing new materials and multiple placements of air bags.
The training consisted of classroom lectures for the first half of the day and then hands-on training in the afternoon session. The training was conducted by “Scene of the Accident”, a nationally renowned training company. The entire program was sponsored by Stevenson Collision, a local Yulee business, at no cost to the county. Dawn Rowe, owner of Stevenson Collision said her shop manager informed her about the opportunity to sponsor this event and she was thrilled to do so. Stevenson Collision also provided breakfast and lunch to the attendees, all three days. In addition, Dawn has offered to help raise money to buy five state of the art metal cutting saws to help provide additional resources for efficient extrication of accident victims.
Go Auto Recycling crushing and recycling end of life vehicles.
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Jacksonville FL 32219
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