Fisher Auto Parts Acquires Snavely and Dosch

Steve Steinsnyder will continue to help grow the business.

Fisher Auto Parts acquired the seven Pennsylvania locations of Snavely and Dosch, it was announced today by Geoffrey Shifflett, area vice president. Steve Steinsnyder will continue to help grow the business.

“Far and away, the primary rationale for selecting Fisher Auto Parts was the cultural fit. We operate in similar styles and share compatible philosophies. My colleagues who have had their businesses acquired have spoken with high regard about the Fisher organization, especially about their commitment to their employees,” said Steinsnyder. “Fisher will help us compete with the larger players, who are continuing to force out the smaller players, through expanded purchasing power, economies of scale, vendor relationships, advanced technology and a skilled, specialized workforce.” 

About Snavely and Dosch

Snavely and Dosch was founded in 1935 during a time when business was based on personal relationships and loyalty. Eighty-five years later, with locations in Lancaster, Lititz, Mt. Joy, Willow Street, Quarryville and Red Lion and West York, the organization’s focus on these positive traits remains the same.  

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