LOUISVILLE, KY, February 21, 2019— Car Keys Express is pleased to announce a global distribution agreement with Orgill, Inc. to deliver Car Keys Express “do-it-yourself” consumer key replacement products to its customers. Orgill, Inc. is the world’s largest independent hardlines distributor, serving more than 6,000 retail hardware stores, home centers, pro lumber dealers, and farm stores throughout the United States, Canada, and over 50 other countries around the world.
Mark Lanwehr, Founder and Owner of Car Keys Express said, "This collaboration supports a primary business goal of efficient distribution of our products to retailers who want to provide an alternative to automotive key replacement at a dealership.” Lanwehr added, “For decades, carmakers have enjoyed a virtual monopoly on the replacement key and remote consumer market. Car Keys Express develops tools and keys to simplify key replacement, giving retailers the opportunity to enter this multibillion-dollar industry.”
All Car Keys Express consumer products are available for retail distribution through Orgill. For more information visit www.Orgill.com or speak to your representative. To learn more about Car Keys Express and their wide variety of key replacement products and services, visit www.CarKeysExpress.com.
About Car Keys Express Car Keys Express specializes in automotive key replacement for businesses and consumers and is a global technology leader in key manufacturing. The company is the only manufacturer of a full line of aftermarket versions of modern car keys, like remote keys and smart keys, and partners with some of the nation’s largest retail chains. Car Keys Express invented the world’s first and only Universal Car Remote and Universal Car Keys and was named a 2017 Ernst & Young’s EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® for manufacturing our universal, aftermarket keys. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, Inc. Magazine honored Car Keys Express with its Inc. 5000 award, which recognizes America’s fastest-growing private companies. To learn more, visit CarKeysExpress.com.