It’s not exactly kicking the tires, but online vehicle salvage auctioneer Salvage Direct has rolled out a new Enhanced Processing Program to give potential bidders more information.
The company says it has recently updated every facility in its logistics network, improving processing and preservation capabilities “to include a more in-depth, value-driven service with an emphasis on engine and transmission performance.” The Enhanced Processing Program will expose more detailed information to salvage auction bidders and increase the number of units in inventory that run and move.
“We’re excited about the Enhanced Processing Program,” sats Bob Joyce, founder of Salvage Direct. “This initiative takes vehicle information to the next level. Our runs/drives initiatives will now contain additional power and drive train information complete with a new, multi-media presentation. Buyers benefit from complete disclosure and suppliers will experience even better recovery on their invested assets.”
The company also opened its sixth facility in Pennsylvania, a new Enhanced Processing Center near Philadelphia. SD New Britain is Salvage Direct’s 80th worldwide and leads its 2010 expansion plan. The facility is on a 21-acre parcel, which includes 20 acres of secure outdoor storage space and a 25,000-square-feet indoor processing and warehousing facility. It is between the Philadelphia and Allentown, PA markets.
More information is available at www.salvagedirect.com.
Posted by Holly Wagner