Celebrating 10 years in Prince Albert, Sutherland Automotive has been enjoying its new location of over 15,000 square feet at 433 South Industrial Drive since May 2018.
Sutherland Automotive has joined forces with the national Bumper to Bumper buying group, suppling auto parts to installers and retail customers. Our Saskatoon distribution centre is over 52,000 square feet and provides two deliveries a day to Prince Albert.
A family owned and operated business started in 1985 by Eric Knogler, Sutherland Automotive continues to grow; now in 4 cities, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw and on October 1st we welcomed North Battleford to the family.
Alongside of Knogler, a team of over 60 employees strives to get parts and supplies to your operation in short order from all our locations. “Our success is due to our loyal customers and hard-working staff.” says Eric Knogler. “Their years of experience, Jody, John and the rest of the team are here to help with all your auto parts needs.”
A staff of 12 experts in Prince Albert are ready to assist, saving you time and money on automotive replacement and general maintenance parts. The staff at Sutherland Automotive can help you find everything from spark plugs to water pumps and belts.
“We have a well-educated staff, and they’re going to help you find what you need,” Knogler said.
Come in and let our in-store staff help you find what you need or give us a call. You can find us online 24/7 at www.sutherlandautomotive.com to check out our expanding inventory. We have the auto parts ‘Bumper to Bumper’, that you need to get and keep your car safely on the road.
Sutherland Automotive in Prince Albert is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Come see our experienced staff today for all your auto parts needs at 433 South industrial Drive, Prince Albert. We are “Canada’s Parts People”.
433 South Industrial Drive
Prince Albert, SK
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