Expanded auction facilities are based in Huntsville, Alabama; Little Rock, Arkansas; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Long Island, New York City; and Houston. - Photo courtesy of IAA. 

Expanded auction facilities are based in Huntsville, Alabama; Little Rock, Arkansas; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Long Island, New York City; and Houston.

Photo courtesy of IAA. 

Insurance Auto Auctions has expanded five of its locations across five separate states for sales involving salvage vehicles, the company announced.

Expanded auction facilities are based in Huntsville, Alabama; Little Rock, Arkansas; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Long Island, New York City; and Houston.

The expansions have added over 110 acres, in total, to these locations. The company stated that it invested in these expansions in order to address sellers' logistical needs and provide increased inventory options for buyers.  

"By anticipating our current and new clients' growing volume across the country, we continue to make strategic investments to meet their future needs and most importantly further enhance their auction experience," said John Kett, CEO and president of IAA. "These expansions will allow us to marshal and store more inventory for our sellers and offer an expanded vehicle selection to our buyers."

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