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About Keystone Automotive

Insurance companies step aside, please; Keystone Automotive offers a different kind of accident forgiveness. The company distributes new and recycled automotive parts used to repair damaged vehicles. It also refurbishes steel bumpers and plastic bumper covers, as well as alloy wheels, and supplies paint and other materials used to make damaged vehicles – more... like new. Keystone serves auto body shops and dealerships via some 130 service centers in the US and Canada. It operates multiple wheel remanufacturing plants and bumper recycling facilities, too. Keystone, a subsidiary of automobile recycling giant LKQ Corp., is the largest aftermarket parts supplier of its kind in the US.

Since Keystone Automotive Industries' acquisition by LKQ in 2007, LKQ rebranded its aftermarket products under the Keystone name. In addition to providing recycled automotive parts, Keystone markets its own brand of auto parts, Platinum Plus. – less

Keystone Automotive Employer Reviews

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVApril 9, 2015
Accounts Receivables Coordinator (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CAMarch 13, 2015
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Greenville MiFebruary 23, 2015
Warehouse Employee (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAFebruary 10, 2015
Inside Sales Coordinator (Current Employee), Atlanta, GADecember 21, 2014

Keystone Automotive Salaries

Warehouse Worker
$10.50 per hour
Based on 9 employees
$8.50$15.00
Delivery Driver
$13.00 per hour
Based on 5 employees
$8.25$17.00
Route Driver
$11.00 per hour
Based on 3 employees
$10.60$16.00
Senior Developer
$88,000 per year
Based on 3 employees
$85,000$88,000
Warehouse Worker
$22,000 per year
Based on 3 employees
$15,000$27,000

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