ServNet has named Clark County Auto Auction as its newest member auction, according to a company announcement.
Clark County Auto Auction, located in Jeffersonville, Ind., serves dealers in the Southern Indiana, and into the Kentucky market areas.
“ServNet continually evaluates geographic markets around the country to identify the best independently owned auto auctions that might fit well as ServNet members,” said ServNet President Eric Autenrieth. “Our membership process is quite selective and covers everything from facilities to technology to compliance. This ensures that when a dealer or commercial account is working with a ServNet auction, they know that it has gone through a rigorous vetting process and represents that best of the best in that marketplace.
Clark County Auto Auction was founded in 1982 as a family business. Today it is operated by third-generation owner Matt Fetter. The auction recently moved into a new 40,000-square foot facility that includes a five-lane service building and reconditioning center.
The auction handles the sale of bank and finance company repossessions, lease returns, rental car fleets, new and used car dealership trades, government vehicles, and corporate fleets. It runs an average of 600 vehicles every week though its weekly Wednesday sales.
Clark County Auto Auction has been a member of the National Auto Auction Association since 2015. It’s consistently ranked among the top 10 highest sellers for OVE. Just last year, it was also named the NAAA’s Midwest Chapter Auto Auction of the Year for outstanding public service.
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