Company Overview of O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC
O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC, doing business as O'Reilly Auto Parts, retails auto parts through its stores and online. It offers replacement parts that include air conditioning parts, battery and accessories, belts and hoses, brakes, charging and starting, cooling and heating, engine parts and mounts, filters and PCV valves, fuel and emissions parts, lighting and electrical products, suspension and steering parts, tires and wheels, transmission and transaxle parts, and wipers. The company also provides performance products that include body styling components, chassis and suspension products, exhaust systems, gaskets and seals, gauges and components, and safety equipment, as well as oils, ...
233 South Patterson Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802-2298
Founded in 1969
Key Executives for O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance
Senior Vice President of Distribution
Executive Vice President of Supply Chain
Executive Vice President of Expansion
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC Key Developments
O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. Announces Update on Negotiations Between O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC and Teamsters Local 120 in Blaine, Minnesota
Jan 30 17
O'Reilly Automotive Inc. announced an update on negotiations between its subsidiary O'Reilly Auto Enterprises, LLC and Teamsters Local 120 in Blaine, Minnesota: The company have been actively engaged in renewing the contract with their 22 union drivers at their Brooklyn Park Minnesota Distribution Center. As they continue to negotiate in good faith, their goal remains to resolve this matter consistent with O'Reilly culture values of commitment to their Team Members and customers, dedication to safety, and a win-win attitude. There is no sure way to tell if they will be able to reach an agreement with Teamsters Local 120. However, if an agreement cannot be reached and the drivers walk out on strike, contingency plans are in place to ensure their stores serviced by the Brooklyn Park Distribution Center remain in-stock and continue to have industry leading availability for hard-to-find parts. They will ensure that a potential strike does not interfere with their ability to provide the best possible customer service.
O'Reilly Auto Enterprises LLC, O'Reilly Automotive Inc., O'Reilly Automotive Stores Inc. and Ozark Automotive Distributors Inc. Agrees Settlement in Lawsuit in Mishandling Hazardous Waste at Locations Throughout California
Dec 3 16
O'Reilly Auto Parts has agreed to a $9.86 million settlement in a lawsuit that accused the company of mishandling hazardous waste at locations throughout California. The lawsuit, filed in Alameda County Superior Court, was brought by more than 50 district attorneys' offices from around the state, including San Diego County. Defendants named in the suit were O'Reilly Auto Enterprises LLC, O'Reilly Automotive Inc., O'Reilly Automotive Stores Inc. and Ozark Automotive Distributors Inc. In their lawsuit, the district attorneys claimed that O'Reilly stores unlawfully handled, transported and disposed of used oil, used oil filters and hazardous waste - such as automotive fluid, batteries and aerosol cans - over a five-year period. Investigators conducted a series of undercover inspections in 2013 and 2014, and found that O'Reilly stores had been sending used oil, oil filters, and hazardous materials to landfills throughout California routinely, according to a news release from the San Diego County District Attorney's Office. The landfills are not permitted to receive that kind of waste. Investigators also found that the waste was being transported from O'Reilly stores to distribution centers in California without the required licenses. The statewide investigation revealed that 42 of 43 O'Reilly stores and both O'Reilly distribution centers were violating state law. The company has since modified its policies and procedures to eliminate improper disposal of hazardous waste products in California. Under the terms of the settlement, O'Reilly has agreed to pay $6 million in civil penalties and $500,000 to reimburse the costs of the investigation. An additional $1.51 million will be used to fund environmental projects in California. In addition, O'Reilly will fund projects valued at $1.85 million to reduce hazardous waste minimization and enhanced compliance with state law. San Diego County will receive $406,000 in civil penalties, $57,900 in costs and $31,400 in other penalties and costs.
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