Manheim Houston

Address:

Manheim Houston

14450 West Rd
Houston, TX 77041-1103

Phone: (281) 890-4300; (800) 444-2444
Fax: (281) 890-7953

Website

Background

Manheim was established in 1945 as a wholesale vehicle auction operation.

With 20,000 employees in 106 operating locations around the globe, Manheim is the world’s leading provider of vehicle remarketing services. In 2012, Manheim handled nearly 8 million used vehicles, facilitating transactions representing more than $50 billion in value.

A subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, Manheim is transforming the wholesale vehicle buying and selling experience through investments in technology and innovative products and services. Manheim markets Simulcast, Simulcast Everywhere, OVE.com, NextGear Capital, Total Resource Auctions, Manheim Frontline, Ready Auto Transport, Manheim Consulting and other respected brands to the remarketing industry in 14 countries, including Australia, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

Manheim has set the industry standard for buying and selling used vehicles at live auctions and online. Manheim brings together qualified sellers and volume buyers of used vehicles that include automotive dealerships, banks, car rental agencies, car manufacturers and government agencies. Manheim offers its customers a reliable and secure market in which to purchase a variety of vehicles and services that no other remarketing provider can match.

Manheim cares about its employees, the environment and the communities it serves. From fundraising drives to tutoring kids after school to supporting long-term conservation efforts, Manheim and its employees are dedicated to protecting the environment and giving back to their communities.

History

1945
– First Manheim auto auction, Manheim, PA
1959
– Manheim, PA, becomes world’s largest auto auction
1965
– Purchases National Auto Dealers Exchange, Bordentown, NJ
1967
– Purchases Fredericksburg Auto Auction, Fredericksburg, VA
1968
– Cox Enterprises acquires Manheim; moves headquarters to Atlanta, GA
1983
– Manheim acquires Toronto Auto Auction, Milton, Ontario
1989
– Grows to 25 auctions nationwide
1991
– Merges with General Electric Capital Corp.; grows to 46 auctions
1994
– First ever live satellite auction
1996
– Manheim first in industry to give dealers online access via the Web to auction inventories, sale calendars, and market information
– Manheim opens industry’s first CyberLot, Lexus Direct
– First Used Car Market Report introduced
1997
– Acquires Greater Auction Group; first international venture in UK
– Manheim Online launches, named one of Top 10 e-commerce sites by PC Week
1998
– Manheim Market Report now downloadable to dealers’ PCs
1999
– Acquires Dent Wizard
– Opens auctions in France, Australia, New Zealand, and 5 more in US
– AutoTrader.com, world’s largest used car shopping site, debuts
2000
– Forms Manheim Interactive. Acquires 20 ADT automotive auctions
2001
– Manheim introduces the Used Vehicle Value Index
– Implements Best Practices Program
2002
– Manheim holds its first Simulcast sale
– myAccount debuts, enables dealers to conduct most business transactions with the auctions online and in real time 24/7
2003
– By year end, 65,000 dealers enrolled and using Manheim Online
– Industry’s first “cinema” sales in Atlanta and Seattle
– First auction in Thailand
– Manheim Market Report now accessible by PDAs, offers real-time pricing “in the lanes on sale day”
– Mobile auction sale of 9,200 hail-damaged vehicles at Nissan’s Smryna, TN, assembly plant
2004
– Online Vehicle Exchange is launched
– Manheim DRIVE Center opens
2005
– Introduced Total Resources Auctions salvage subsidiary
– Debut of Manheim Specialty Auctions
2006
– Acquires Southwest Florida, Nova Scotia, and Auction City Halifax
– Launched China operations
– Manheim acquires Auction City Halifax, Nova Scotia
2007
– Manheim opens its largest auction reconditioning center at Manheim Pennsylvania
– World’s largest vehicle auto auction receives DuPont Award for environmental achievements
– Manheim establishes The Wholesale Institute online workshops for dealers
– Manheim announces further expansion in Canada
– Manheim acquires Auction City, Moncton, New Brunswick
2008
– Manheim launches first ever operations in Turkey
– Manheim’s Total Resource Auctions announces major expansion in salvage industry
– Cox Enterprises and Manheim turn on Water Conservation Center at Manheim Georgia in Atlanta
– Opening of 70,000 square foot facility in Montreal, Quebec
– Opening of new Manheim Canada corporate office in Mississauga, Ontario
2009
– Manheim reaches 3 million online transactions
– Launches first ever Mid-Year Used Car Market Report
– Manheim honored among AARP’s “Best Employers for Workers Over 50” for second consecutive year
– Manheim enters joint venture with leading exporter ExportTrader.com
2010
– Manheim Market Report becomes available on mobile devices
– Manheim launches Manheim Direct
– OVE.com signs its 100th Independent Auction Partner
– Manheim Introduces One-Stop Customer Care with 1-866-MANHEIM
2011
– Manheim launches Simulcast Everywhere
– Mobile site reaches its two millionth user
– BMW and Manheim partner to open new company car center and Manheim Greer Distribution and Vehicle Processing Center
2012
– Manheim purchases Dealer Services Corporation
– Manheim purchases Ready Auto Transport
– Simulcast becomes available for Mac computers
– Manheim celebrates the 10th anniversary of Simulcast

Manheim Texas Hobby

Address:

Manheim Texas Hobby

8215 Kopman Rd
Houston, TX 77061-5405

Phone: (713) 649-8233
Fax: 713-640-8395

Website

Background

Manheim was established in 1945 as a wholesale vehicle auction operation.

With 20,000 employees in 106 operating locations around the globe, Manheim is the world’s leading provider of vehicle remarketing services. In 2012, Manheim handled nearly 8 million used vehicles, facilitating transactions representing more than $50 billion in value.

A subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, Manheim is transforming the wholesale vehicle buying and selling experience through investments in technology and innovative products and services. Manheim markets Simulcast, Simulcast Everywhere, OVE.com, NextGear Capital, Total Resource Auctions, Manheim Frontline, Ready Auto Transport, Manheim Consulting and other respected brands to the remarketing industry in 14 countries, including Australia, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

Manheim has set the industry standard for buying and selling used vehicles at live auctions and online. Manheim brings together qualified sellers and volume buyers of used vehicles that include automotive dealerships, banks, car rental agencies, car manufacturers and government agencies. Manheim offers its customers a reliable and secure market in which to purchase a variety of vehicles and services that no other remarketing provider can match.

Manheim cares about its employees, the environment and the communities it serves. From fundraising drives to tutoring kids after school to supporting long-term conservation efforts, Manheim and its employees are dedicated to protecting the environment and giving back to their communities.

History

1945
– First Manheim auto auction, Manheim, PA
1959
– Manheim, PA, becomes world’s largest auto auction
1965
– Purchases National Auto Dealers Exchange, Bordentown, NJ
1967
– Purchases Fredericksburg Auto Auction, Fredericksburg, VA
1968
– Cox Enterprises acquires Manheim; moves headquarters to Atlanta, GA
1983
– Manheim acquires Toronto Auto Auction, Milton, Ontario
1989
– Grows to 25 auctions nationwide
1991
– Merges with General Electric Capital Corp.; grows to 46 auctions
1994
– First ever live satellite auction
1996
– Manheim first in industry to give dealers online access via the Web to auction inventories, sale calendars, and market information
– Manheim opens industry’s first CyberLot, Lexus Direct
– First Used Car Market Report introduced
1997
– Acquires Greater Auction Group; first international venture in UK
– Manheim Online launches, named one of Top 10 e-commerce sites by PC Week
1998
– Manheim Market Report now downloadable to dealers’ PCs
1999
– Acquires Dent Wizard
– Opens auctions in France, Australia, New Zealand, and 5 more in US
– AutoTrader.com, world’s largest used car shopping site, debuts
2000
– Forms Manheim Interactive. Acquires 20 ADT automotive auctions
2001
– Manheim introduces the Used Vehicle Value Index
– Implements Best Practices Program
2002
– Manheim holds its first Simulcast sale
– myAccount debuts, enables dealers to conduct most business transactions with the auctions online and in real time 24/7
2003
– By year end, 65,000 dealers enrolled and using Manheim Online
– Industry’s first “cinema” sales in Atlanta and Seattle
– First auction in Thailand
– Manheim Market Report now accessible by PDAs, offers real-time pricing “in the lanes on sale day”
– Mobile auction sale of 9,200 hail-damaged vehicles at Nissan’s Smryna, TN, assembly plant
2004
– Online Vehicle Exchange is launched
– Manheim DRIVE Center opens
2005
– Introduced Total Resources Auctions salvage subsidiary
– Debut of Manheim Specialty Auctions
2006
– Acquires Southwest Florida, Nova Scotia, and Auction City Halifax
– Launched China operations
– Manheim acquires Auction City Halifax, Nova Scotia
2007
– Manheim opens its largest auction reconditioning center at Manheim Pennsylvania
– World’s largest vehicle auto auction receives DuPont Award for environmental achievements
– Manheim establishes The Wholesale Institute online workshops for dealers
– Manheim announces further expansion in Canada
– Manheim acquires Auction City, Moncton, New Brunswick
2008
– Manheim launches first ever operations in Turkey
– Manheim’s Total Resource Auctions announces major expansion in salvage industry
– Cox Enterprises and Manheim turn on Water Conservation Center at Manheim Georgia in Atlanta
– Opening of 70,000 square foot facility in Montreal, Quebec
– Opening of new Manheim Canada corporate office in Mississauga, Ontario
2009
– Manheim reaches 3 million online transactions
– Launches first ever Mid-Year Used Car Market Report
– Manheim honored among AARP’s “Best Employers for Workers Over 50” for second consecutive year
– Manheim enters joint venture with leading exporter ExportTrader.com
2010
– Manheim Market Report becomes available on mobile devices
– Manheim launches Manheim Direct
– OVE.com signs its 100th Independent Auction Partner
– Manheim Introduces One-Stop Customer Care with 1-866-MANHEIM
2011
– Manheim launches Simulcast Everywhere
– Mobile site reaches its two millionth user
– BMW and Manheim partner to open new company car center and Manheim Greer Distribution and Vehicle Processing Center
2012
– Manheim purchases Dealer Services Corporation
– Manheim purchases Ready Auto Transport
– Simulcast becomes available for Mac computers
– Manheim celebrates the 10th anniversary of Simulcast

ADESA Houston

Address:

ADESA Houston

4526 N. Sam Houston Pkwy.
Houston, TX 77086
Phone: 281-580-1800
Fax: 281-580-8030

Website

ADESA provides customers a whole car  auction solution. We serve two main client types: institutional customers and dealers. Our institutional customers include:

  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • Banks, credit unions and other financial centers
  • Vehicle finance companies
  • Vehicle rental companies
  • Fleet management companies
  • Insurance companies

The dealers who consign and purchase vehicles at ADESA auctions are licensed franchises and independent wholesale dealers. Dealer consignment vehicles include over-aged dealer inventory and unwanted dealer
trade-ins.

Our Facilities

ADESA’s used vehicle auction network includes auction sites that are strategically located near areas with a large concentration of used vehicle dealerships. Each site is a multi-lane, drive-through facility that hosts at least one vehicle auction per week.

They provide a full range of vehicle remarketing services for buyers and sellers, including:

  • Live auctioning of the vehicle in person and via the Internet using streaming audio and video
  • Reconditioning services, including:
    • detailing
    • washing
    • body work
    • light mechanical work
    • glass repair
    • paintless dent repair
    • tire and key replacement
    • upholstery repair
  • “Best Venue” remarketing options—ADESA (whole car) or Insurance Auto Auctions (over-aged, high mileage and salvage vehicles)

Our Services

When you partner with ADESA, you benefit from the strength and resources of our entire family of companies. They offer so much more than just your typical whole car auction products and services.

In fact, their services extend far beyond what you might expect. Along with their whole car auction services listed above, they also offer:

  • Repossessions
  • Marshalling
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Custom e-business design services
  • Customized economic analysis
  • Lease end-of-term support
  • Title processing and administering paperwork
  • Title services in all 50 states
  • Duplicate and correction titles
  • Inspecting and certifying vehicles
  • Inventory protection
  • Vehicle licensing
  • Marketing consigned vehicles

North Houston CarMax

Address:

North Houston

16110 North Freeway
Houston, TX 77090

Phone (888) 804-6604
Fax (866)-360-0398

Website

A better way to buy used cars

They always knew there had to be a better way to buy used cars. One that would make the process easy and fun. So we created CarMax, and we’ve been changing the way America buys cars since we opened our first store in Richmond, Virginia, in 1993.

Our business concept

  • They offer tens of thousands of used cars across the country
  • Every car we sell has a low, no-haggle price
  • Our vehicles are superior in quality. Only the best cars meet our high standards
  • They’ll buy your car whether you buy from us or not
  • You’ll get friendly customer service

Through hard work and dedication, they’ve grown from that one store in Richmond to more than 100 stores across the country. They’ve sold more than 4 million cars. They’ve appraised more than 16 million. And the news is buzzing with stories about CarMax, the experience they offer their customers, and the work environment they provide for our Associates.

CarMax is listed on the FORTUNE® 500 list, and they’ve been named one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” nine years running.

How did they do it?

Quite simply, CarMax was built on the fundamental principle of integrity, reflected in the way they serve their customers, treat each other, and deliver their products.

Houston IAA

Address:

Houston

2535 West Mt. Houston Road
Houston, TX 77038
Phone: 281-847-4700
Fax: 281-847-4799

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

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