IAA Opens Branch in Casper, Wyoming and Becomes the Only Salvage Auto Auction with Locations in all 50 States
Published April 27, 2018 - Written by IAA, Inc
WESTCHESTER, Ill. – January 25, 2018 – Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. (IAA), a business unit of global vehicle remarketing and technology solutions provider KAR Auction Services (NYSE: KAR), opens its newest branch in Casper, Wyoming. With its Casper branch opening, IAA is the only salvage auto auction with locations in all 50 states.
“We listened to our customers and are giving them more coverage in the western market with a place for more inventory — helping to reduce transportation time and costs and selling cycle times,” said John Kett, CEO and president of IAA. “Our newest location in Casper, Wyoming secures our position as a leader in the salvage auction business and allows us to better serve our customers seamlessly across the nation.”
IAA Casper branch is located at 2305 Salt Creek Highway in Casper, Wyoming and has eight acres with room for future growth. Auction sale days are Wednesdays and preview days are Tuesdays.
Jeanene O’Brien SVP, Global Marketing and Communications
About IAA, Inc.
IAA, Inc. (NYSE: IAA) is a leading global marketplace connecting vehicle buyers and sellers. Leveraging leading-edge technology and focusing on innovation, IAA’s unique multi-channel platform processes more than 2.5 million vehicles annually. Headquartered near Chicago, IL, IAA has over 3,600 talented employees and over 190 facilities throughout the US, Canada and the United Kingdom. IAA provides a broad range of services to insurers, fleet and rental companies, rebuilders, charity organizations and financing companies that dramatically reduce the cycle time of selling a vehicle with a focus on delivering the highest economic returns. Buyers have access to the industry’s most-innovative vehicle evaluation and digital bidding tools, enhancing the overall purchasing experience.
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