Manheim Adds to Total Resource Auctions, Joins ASPA

ATLANTA – In November, Manheim ramped up its remarketing efforts, adding three auctions to the Total Resource Auctions network and joining the American Salvage Pool Association, a nationwide network of organizations and individuals in the salvage pool industry.

Manheim’s San Antonio Auto Auction joined TRA Nov. 4. The company’s St. Louis and Metro Milwaukee Auto Auctions each followed suit later in the month, bringing the total to 13 Manheim auctions that offer advanced salvage auctions services.

In San Antonio, the auction has one salvage lane and is running an average of 100 vehicles per week at its TRA sales. St. Louis also maintains one salvage lane, averaging 100 vehicles at its TRA sales, as well.

The Milwaukee auction is running 150 vehicles a week at its TRA sales and has 16 lanes.

All three shows are equipped with Simulcast technology that allows buyers to participate in the lanes online.

Manheim is looking to add more auctions to the network by the end of the year.

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