ATLANTA – Manheim has named Cheryl Munce vice president, national accounts, Canada, a market that is playing an increasingly important role in the auto remarketing company’s expansion plans.

Munce, who comes to Manheim with 19 years of experience in used-vehicle remarketing, will be reporting to Nick Peluso, senior vice president of customer relations and strategies, and working closely with Patrick Brennan, vice president of operations for Canada. Munce’s role will be to develop strategic business relationships with existing and prospective Manheim customers.

Munce will also be working closely with Manheim’s Total Resource Auctions (TRA) group, in particular TRA Vice President and General Manager Bill Tiedemann, to help identify, develop, and enhance strategies and business relationships for salvage remarketing.

Munce joins Manheim after a long career at Impact Auto Auctions, which was acquired by ADESA in June of 2000. Munce served as executive vice president and president of ADESA Impact prior to joining Manheim. Munce, a graduate of William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute in Ontario, started her automotive career as a fleet administrator for DuPont Canada.