North Bay Auto Auction has joined the ServNet Auction Group.
The auction holds a sale every Tuesday and Thursday across six auction lanes, the company stated.
The auction uses EDGE Pipeline and OVE.com to allow customers to preview, source, and purchase vehicles online.
Major consignors include CAC, Consumer Portfolio Services, GSA, Location Services, Merchants Fleet, OneMain Financial, Repo Remarketing, Travis Credit Union, UACC, U-Haul, and Westamerica Bank, and many of Northern California's largest dealer groups, such as Hansel Group, Sullivan Group, Putnam Auto Group and Antioch Auto Center, according to the auction.
"I am very pleased to report that ServNet will be represented in the all-important Northern California/San Francisco Bay Area market by North Bay Auto Auction in Fairfield, California," said Bruce Beam, ServNet president. "As an organization with strong core values, a commitment to superior service and a focus on developing technology, North Bay Auto Auction is an ideal representative of the ServNet brand in the region.”
North Bay Auto Auction was founded by Don Morrow in 1993 as a public auction facility. In 2000 it moved to a larger facility and then became a wholesale-only auction in 2001.
In 2003, the auction added a second sale day to meet increased business demand. Then, in 2007, the auction purchased an adjoining 22-acre parcel, adding a 100,000 square-foot indoor service center which housed the auction’s mechanic shop, detail center, condition report center, and indoor storage area.
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