An inherently “green” company, LKQ Corporation works every day with customers, recyclers and auto manufacturers to find ways to reuse materials and reduce the environmental impact of creating new car parts.
During the past five years, LKQ has made enormous investments in Tennessee, converting Nashville into the hub for its accounting, human resources, tax and IT departments. Hundreds of LKQ employees have been transferred to Nashville, and the company has also created hundreds of additional jobs.
Today, LKQ is seeking to expand its operation in Tennessee with a new self-serve facility on Lucas Lane that will generate dozens of high-quality jobs while benefiting residents living nearby by dramatically improving conditions on the site.
A far cry from the unsightly “scrap yards” or “junk yards” that come to mind for some people, the LKQ facility in Nashville will be state-of-the-art and set an entire new standard for businesses in the area. From paving the roads, to creating jobs to landscaping the site and restricting office hours, LKQ will invest significant resources to ensure that its Lucas Lane facility revamps the site and benefits the residents living nearby.