ATC-Onlane Expands Management

ATC-Onlane, an online auction company for automotive dealers to buy and sell wholesale vehicles, recently announced the appointments of Chuck Tapp to vice president of institutional sales and Ed Curry to vice president of dealer sales.

The addition of these two men, both experienced in the automotive remarketing industry, will help ATC-Onlane to manage an increase in sales and prepare for future growth.

In his role of vice president of institutional sales, Tapp will be responsible for new consignor business development. Prior to joining ATC-Onlane, Tapp's most recent position was executive vice president of sales and marketing for Adesa, Inc.

As vice president of dealer sales, Curry will oversee key components of ATC-Onlane’s experienced sales organization from inside and field sales to sales training and sales operations. Curry joins ATC-Onlane from Sonic Automotive where he served in multiple senior positions including vice president of used car sales.

Both Tapp and Curry will be based in the company’s Mesa, Ariz. office and report to ATC-Onlane’s Executive Vice President Clive Kinross.

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