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Business Briefs 09.17.15
West Orange Times & Observer Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 4 years ago

Manheim’s imaging suite expands to 20 auctions


Wholesale auction company Manheim has expanded its new Enhanced Vehicle Imaging Suite to 20 North American locations, including Manheim Orlando (Ocoee), as part of Manheim’s InSight Electronic Condition Report. Manheim is a wholesale auction company.

“We are pleased that the feedback has been very positive,” said Bonnie Hensler, vice president of product development for Manheim. “Through customer research, we found that getting condition reports with great vehicle images remained an ongoing point of frustration. So, coming up with a solution to help our customers has been gratifying. Customers told us that having access to images that clearly and quickly assess what is wrong or special about a vehicle would give them greater confidence when buying and selling, and we have delivered.”  

The operating locations that have the new imaging product include: Manheim Atlanta, Manheim Baltimore-Washington, Manheim Denver, Manheim Fredericksburg, Manheim Houston, Manheim Kansas City, Manheim Milwaukee, Manheim Minneapolis, Manheim Nashville, Manheim Nevada, Manheim New Jersey, Manheim Ohio, Manheim Orlando, Manheim Pennsylvania, Manheim Phoenix, Manheim Riverside, Manheim San Diego, Manheim San Francisco Bay, Manheim Seattle and Manheim Statesville.

The suite provides the highest-resolution images available, delivering showroom quality that helps sell vehicles online quickly. The improved package, offered with Manheim InSight Condition Reports, provides customers up to 18 vehicle images, heat-map graphics that help buyers quickly assess vehicle condition and a dedicated photo staff with the goal of ensuring consistent image quality and standards across all Manheim locations.

Manheim registers nearly 7 million used vehicles per  year, facilitating transactions representing nearly $46 billion in value. Headquartered in Atlanta, Manheim has more than 20,000 employees in 121 sites worldwide and generates annual revenues of more than $2.5 billion. 

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