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Hurricane Florence Closes N.C. Auctions

At least two auctions curtailed operations as Hurricane Florence moved through the the Carolinas.

Several North Carolina used vehicle auctions closed as a result of Hurricane Florence sweeping into the state, while others shifted to online sales or delayed on-site sales.

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XLerate Group Hires Two General Managers

Ryan Rickey will serve as general manager for XLerate’s Your Auction in Florida, while Michael Schuler will assume that position at Pennsylvania's Corry Auto Dealer Exchange.

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IAA Details Readiness for Hurricane Florence

The 1,100 acres of land that the company secured this year has added capacity for approximately...

Insurance Auto Auctions has taken steps to prepare its auctions for Hurricane Florence with lessons the company's leaders learned from last year's hurricanes, said John Kett, the company's chief executive and president.

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ADESA Adds Return Guarantee Service

ADESA has launched ADESA Assurance, a new return guarantee service that will allow participating...

The program is available to dealers at all 60 ADESA physical locations in the U.S., as well as to those using ADESA’s online and simulcast auction platforms DealerBlock and LiveBlock, the company noted.

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IAA Opens Modernized Facility in Kansas

The new facility offers more than twice the storage of the previous Wichita-located facility, and features expanded drop zones and an improved vehicle inspection center.

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ADESA Names Manager Pair, Sales Director

ADESA has named managers for auction locations in San Diego and San Jose as well as a new executive sales director for the company, corporate parent KAR Aucton Services, Inc. has announced.

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Manheim Sees Record Digital Adoption in First Half

The Manheim Marketplace achieved record growth across its digital channels in the first half of 2018, including double-digit growth in digital transactions, volume and sales as wholesale vehicle buyers and sellers continue to adopt a faster, more cost-effective way to move inventory.