Latest OnLine Editon  Read Here

Copart Adds Facility

Copart Adds Facility Featured

Copart Inc. announced the addition of its Okeechobee, Fla. location.
This facility is located between Orlando, Tampa and Miami, and it will serve as a standby location specifically for catastrophic events.
This standby location in Okeechobee follows Copart opening its 13th Florida full-service facility in January. In 2017, Copart has also opened locations in Casper, Wyo., and Denver, along with the expansion of existing locations in San Jose, Calif., Chicago, San Diego, and Springfield, Mo.

Last modified on Sunday, 12 March 2017 22:52
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Related items

  • Copart Adds Auction

    Copart Inc. announced the opening of its second location in Utah.
    The new location near Ogden hosts online car auctions every Monday at noon.
    Copart has been undergoing aggressive expansion in the past few months as it approaches 200 locations worldwide.

  • Classic Car Auction Breaks Records

    GAA Classic Cars closed out its three-day auction March 4, breaking its previous records.
    The sale resulted in a 76 percent sell-through rate, revenues in excess of $12 million and a crowd so large that guests had to be shuttled from satellite lots to attend the sale.
    There were three record-breaking vehicles sold at the auction:
    A 1965 Ford Shelby GT350 for $370,000;
    A 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition with only 41 miles sold for $470,000; and
    A red Ford GT with white strips that sold for $300,000.

  • Auction Offers Digital Badges

    Dealers Auto Auction of the Southwest has announced the release of its digital bidder badges.
    The digital badges are available from the Apple and Google stores. They recognize a bidder upon entrance into the auction and automatically assign a badge.
    The concept was developed at DAASW and made possible by Peter Levy and his IAS company. The badge includes a QR code that can be scanned with invoices sent by text or email.