About Us

NW keys Ltd are trade only suppliers of keys, accessories, key cutting machinery, Sterling locks, vehicle keys, locksmith tools, plus much more. We specialise in the identification and supply of vehicle keys, including remote controls, blades, empty cases and chips. We produce 'the auto locksmith bible' - The NW Keys Transponder Manual 2016, an essential tool produced exclusively by NW Keys.

Based in Liverpool, we are a family owned company that prides itself in offering you the very best service.

Since starting in 1980, we have established ourselves as major force in key distribution throughout the country with our unique van sales/delivery service and efficient nationwide delivery service.

We supply nationwide using a courier and postal service. Orders are routinely sent for next day delivery and can also be sent for a guaranteed time if required.

Our unique door to door van sales/delivery service now covers Lancashire down to Hereford, and from Anglesey over to Nottingham. We have five vans on the road, fully stocked with a vast range of key blanks for immediate delivery. If you are based within this area and would like our van to call please contact your local representative. If you are not covered by our van service and would like to see a representative please contact our sales team.

We are mainly distributors for Silca and Keyline cylinder and vehicle key blanks, and British manufactured steel and brass mortice key blanks. We will however, endeavour to identify and obtain key blanks from all sources to give you the very best range.

Our in‑house auto and general locksmiths help give us invaluable knowledge in the demand, identification and source of all key blanks. Their expert help and advice ensure that we can offer you the very best service.

We moved into the Old Bootle Fire Station in 2004 after two years of refurbishment. Built around 1860, it served as a fire station for over 100 years before it eventually became Flames Night Club boasting several bars and dance floors (which were sadly ripped out)! The fireman's pole is also no longer with us but the basement does boast a prison cell from when it served as a police station in the Second World War!