Manheim invested approximately $500,000 in its new 20,000 square-foot retail reconditioning...

Manheim invested approximately $500,000 in its new 20,000 square-foot retail reconditioning facility at Manheim San Francisco Bay.

Photo courtesy of Manheim. 

Manheim has opened a new retail reconditioning center at Manheim San Francisco Bay, marking the 19th retail reconditioning site that Manheim has opened, according to a company announcement.

The new facility — which cost approximately $500,000 to construct — spans 20,000 square feet and will provide mechanical and reconditioning services to dealers, commercial consignors, and new vehicle mobility providers.

The construction of this facility is part of the $1.5 million investment that Manheim has made in its San Francisco Bay location. The facility features seven vehicle lifts and the personnel to perform minor and major component repairs on about 100 vehicles per week.

The Manheim San Francisco Bay reconditioning center — similar to other Manheim reconditioning center — also offers 140-point inspections, mechanical and body reconditioning, paint, detail merchandising, imaging, and more.

“Retail reconditioning is a natural extension of Manheim’s solutions, leveraging its large-scale operations, expertise and high-quality workmanship. The company started to participate in the $24B retail reconditioning industry in 2015 and now operates 19 locations, serving a range of clients from dealers to manufacturers and new vehicle mobility players,” noted the company in its announcement.

Related: Carvana Gains Access to Manheim's Digital Markets

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