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LKQ Finalizes Deal To Acquire Warn Industries
November 6, 2017
LKQ Corporation has finalized the acquisition of vehicle recovery equipment and off-road accessories manufacturer Warn Industries. Warn, previously owned by Dover Corp., will now be a part of LKQ’s specialty segment, represented by Keystone Automotive Operations.
LKQ Finalizes Deal To Acquire Warn Industries

LKQ Corporation has finalized the acquisition of Warn Industries. Warn, previously owned by Dover Corp., will now be a part of LKQ’s specialty segment, represented by Keystone Automotive Operations.

“Finding new and better ways to serve the needs of our customers is a priority for Keystone. We are excited about the value and capabilities Warn brings to our customer-centric approach to service,” said Bill Rogers, vice president and general manager of Keystone. “Their leadership position in the market and premium iconic brand gives us the ability to drive our long-term strategy of growing share in our core markets and developing viable points of entry into adjacent spaces that show promise.

Warn offers a broad product line of premium winches, hoists, locking hubs and bumpers and serve specialty retailers and distributors globally. Warn has a long history and reputation of developing the highest quality most technologically advanced products in the industry, according to LKQ.

Warn will be run in an autonomous way within LKQ’s Specialty Products Group and maintain its operational presence in Oregon, according to the company.

“It is fantastic to have a very capable management team and experienced workforce in place there. Their infusion of talent to our organization will contribute significantly to all our working groups,” said Kyle Shiminski, vice president of Keystone’s Specialty Products Group. “Their passion for their products and customers will help ensure that we continue to provide the highest quality products and service experiences people have come to expect.”