Manheim has appointed four general manager positions at locations in Georgia, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Trevor Enge with Manheim Georgia, John Duplanty at Manheim Tucson, Gus Jones for Manheim Arizona, and Maxine Vega at Manheim New Mexico have stepped into the new roles, according to Manheim.
“Backed by their experience and passion for the business, these general managers will help Manheim deliver outstanding client service and continuously improve the auction experience,” said Barry Roop, vice president of the local and mobile west region, Manheim. “They are eager to partner with dealers, make it easy for them to work with Manheim and tap Cox Automotive’ s full line of products and services to support client growth.”
Enge has led business and product strategy for Cox Automotive and Manheim since 2012, as well as performed as interim lead of Manheim Canada.
Duplanty has held various roles with increasing responsibility at Manheim in the past 11 years, starting as an intern while attending Arizona State University to eventually becoming general manager of Manheim Arizona for the past two years.
Jones started his career with Manheim in 2006 as a dealer sales manager and has worked at several locations in Arizona, including Manheim Tucson, and Manheim Phoenix.
Vega has held varied roles during her 14 years with Manheim — most recently as operations manager for Manheim New Mexico. She also served as a financial controller for several years at multiple locations, including Manheim Denver, Manheim New Mexico, and Manheim El Paso
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