The leading distributor of automotive aftermarket parts in Europe and Europe’s largest independent provider of automotive maintenance and repair services forge alliance.

Mobivia S.A. and LKQ Europe have entered into a strategic partnership in Germany by leading the independent aftermarket of the future,. This agreement is based on a dual mode of collaboration. It includes the delivery of automotive parts for Mobivia’s ATU branches across Germany, as well as optimizing the logistics process. Mobivia is Europe’s largest independent provider of automotive maintenance and repair services. Mobivia operates under eleven brands in 18 countries across Europe, including Norauto, Auto 5, Midas, Carter-Cash, as well as ATU.

About LKQ Europe

LKQ Europe, a subsidiary of LKQ Corporation (, headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, is the leading distributor of automotive aftermarket parts for cars, commercial vans, and industrial vehicles in Europe. It currently employs approximately 26,000 people with a network of more than 1,000 branches. The organization supplies more than 100,000 workshops in over 20 European countries.

The group includes LKQ Euro Car Parts, LKQ Benelux-France, LKQ RHIAG Group, Elit, LKQ CZ, and LKQ DACH, as well as recycling specialist, Atracco. LKQ is also the largest shareholder in MEKO Group.

About Mobivia

Mobivia is an ecosystem dedicated to the mobility of today and tomorrow, with 11 brands and participation in 25 start-ups. Working alongside users for 50 years, Mobivia offers local mobility support with diverse solutions for all needs, means, and choices, emphasizing usefulness, innovation, and sustainability. Mobivia’s 23,300 employees live out its founding humanist values and strong social and environmental commitments on a daily basis. It shares a common mission: “Opening sustainable mobility to all”.

Mobivia is organized around three business lines: services to drivers, distribution of parts and tires and new mobility. As of 30 September 2022, Mobivia had more than 1,970 car workshops and centres. They are developed through branches, franchises and master-franchises in 18 countries mainly in Europe.