AutoZone is an auto parts retailer that distributes car parts and accessories.
The headquarters of AutoZone is located in Memphis, Tennessee. Revenue from the sale of auto parts is 125.8 thousand dollars per employee. The main competitor of auto parts is O’Reilly Auto Parts company headed by Greg Johnson, who is their CEO. The auto zone has 2 689 followers.
AutoZone’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Autozone top competitors include: O’Reilly Auto Parts, Advance Auto Parts, Pep Boys, U.S. Auto Parts, Delticom, Parts Authority, HANSUN, NAPA, Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Napa Auto Parts, Autovalue, Costco, Best Buy, Amazon, Dash, Kmart, Macy’s, Kohl’s, ABC Auto Parts, TJX, True Value and Do it Best.
Together they lifted over 4.6B between their estimated 2.6M employees. The auto zone has 96,000 employees and ranks 9th among the top 10 competitors. The ten best competitors are on average 111,911 people.
- Website: autozone.com
- Social Media Links: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
- Founded: 1979
- Est. Annual Revenue: $12.1B
- Est. Employees: 96,000
- Headquarters: 123 S Front Street Memphis, Tennessee 38103
O’Reilly Auto Parts
O’Reilly Auto Parts is perceived as one of the biggest competitors of AutoZone. O’Reilly Auto Parts was founded in 1957 in Springfield, Missouri. O’Reilly Auto Parts works in the field of spare parts. The revenue of O’Reilly Auto Parts is 1.4 billion dollars less than that of AutoZone.
Advance Auto Parts
Advance Auto Parts is the number 2 competitor in AutoZone. Advance Auto Parts is Open Joint Stock Company, founded in 1932 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Advance Auto Parts competes in the production of auto parts. Compared with the auto zone, the staff of Advance Auto Parts company is 57 000 people less.
Boys are one of the main competitors of AutoZone. The headquarters of Pep Boys is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was founded in 1921. Pep Boys works in the field of automotive parts production. Pep Boys generates 17% of AutoZone’s revenue.