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Manheim Invests in Recon

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Manheim has invested $17 million for reconditioning to build new facilities, enhance existing ones and develop proprietary technology. Recent investments include $9 million in on-location operations; including building out new facilities at three locations and enhancing others with new lifts, paint booths, imaging booths and more. Manheim now has retail reconditioning locations across Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Georgia, Texas, Colorado, California, Washington, D.C., and South Carolina, with additional sites planned based on client demand.  The balance of the $17 million investment was put into the proprietary Retail Reconditioning technology platform, developed with Xtime. This offers process transparency and empowers dealers to manage the flow of vehicles. Through the platform, dealers get real-time updates on their inventory, approve or deny work, track costs and invoicing and manage transportation.
Last modified on Friday, 01 December 2017 14:25

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