The car parts business in Houston’s Houston area is booming – but it’s not as big as it used to be

As the market for car parts in Houston boomed, so did the supply of suppliers.

Now, it is a boomtown, with a number of car parts companies vying to compete with each other.

In the past decade, the car parts industry has exploded.

But its growth is fueled by a combination of factors: the explosion in the number of suppliers, a rise in demand for parts and a boom in car repair shops.

As a result, car parts are becoming more expensive than ever.

This year alone, the price of a new car could be as much as $60,000.

That’s a huge price tag for a lot of people.

While the industry is expanding, the demand for car repairs is falling.

The number of people who want to get a job in the automotive repair industry fell by about 8 million between 2010 and 2020, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association.

According to a report by The Associated Press, the industry’s share of the U.S. job market dropped from about 25 percent to about 20 percent between 2010 to 2020.

And the total number of workers working in the industry dropped from 3.3 million to 2.4 million.

While many of the companies competing to fill those jobs have been struggling to find qualified workers, the number one concern for people who are looking for a car repair job in Houston is cost.

For example, there’s a shortage of factory-quality parts in the city.

That means parts for cars are often expensive and labor-intensive.

The Houston area has been home to a number, many of which have been in the auto industry for decades.

The local auto parts store chain, the Auto Parts Corporation, has operated in the area since 1938.

Its current owners include the late founder of the company, Joe Pappas.

The auto parts company has been struggling since the collapse of the auto manufacturing industry.

Its stock price has dropped nearly 70 percent since 2008.

Its sales fell more than 20 percent over the same period.

It is not only the costs that are costing the company money.

The company is struggling to pay workers.

Last year, the company paid $5.5 million in wages and benefits to employees and their dependents.

The Houston Area Chamber of Commerce estimates that the company has paid about $300,000 in total wages and wages to workers in the past three years.

The company has struggled to compete in a market that is increasingly saturated with competing companies.

While many parts suppliers are expanding, they are also cutting corners on labor and on the quality of parts.

For example, a Houston-based auto parts supplier, Ford, has been buying parts from a company that makes plastic brake pads, called Drexel.

That company recently stopped selling those parts because of cost.

It’s not the only company to stop making parts for the auto parts business.

Last month, a company called M&T Auto Parts said it would stop making brake pads and other parts for trucks.

Some parts suppliers have even stopped using the word “part.”

The company, for example, stopped calling its brake pad part “the brake pad.”

The automotive industry has seen an explosion in competition over the past few years, as new suppliers and the cost of parts have driven down prices.

But some of the costs of the business have remained relatively unchanged.

In 2015, the average price of the parts industry fell below $20 per item, according the Associated Press.

And that number has continued to rise.

The Associated Press found that the price tag of a car’s engine rose from $10,000 to $30,000 over the last decade, from $5,500 to $11,000 between 2010-2020.

The car’s brakes also increased in price.

The average price per vehicle has fallen from $40,000 a year ago to $31,000 by 2019.

And it has dropped to $20 a year from $29 a year earlier.

There are a number companies competing in the market.

A number of companies are trying to capture the market share that the other companies have.

Ford’s M&M Auto Parts, for instance, has started to compete against the best suppliers in the Houston area.

But the competition is fierce.

For the company’s parts supplier in Houston, the competition has been fierce.