MT. ARLINGTON, NJ - QCSA Holdings, an independent salvage auction company has joined the IARA. QCSA partners with insurance companies, automotive institutions, and charities to remarket total-loss, recovered-theft, damaged, disabled, inoperable, and low-end clean-title vehicles to an audience of global buyers.
With facilities in every vital market in the United States, QCSA is uniquely positioned with two targeted brands, Crashed Toys and Salvage Direct. Each brand offers specialized processing and sales along distinct and complementary inventory lines. Crashed Toys remarkets watercraft, power sports, motorcycles, exotic and recreational vehicles while Salvage Direct remarkets cars, trucks, SUVs, commercial vehicles, and provides catastrophic loss services.
QCSA’s entrepreneurial spirit and growing national footprint currently serves 100,000-plus buyers from over 100 countries. Its two web-based sales platforms reach over 800,000 visitors each month with nearly 7 million pages featuring 11,000 auction lots per month. The company delivers the lowest cycle times and highest returns in the industry due to its focus on continuous process improvement and innovative technology solutions for its customers. QCSA’s strategic development team is tasked with continual improvement on every process, from assignment to sales and reporting, for the most efficient remarketing solution possible.