IAA Expansion

IAA Adds North American Branches

Insurance Auto Auctions has expanded auction locations in Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Pennsylvania and Oregon.

Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. (IAA) has announced the strategic expansion of auction locations in Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Pennsylvania and Oregon. IAA facilities now occupy 173 locations in the U.S. and Canada.

“Our increased land capacity enables us to proactively meet the growing inventory needs of our vehicle sellers,” said John Kett, CEO and president of IAA. “We continuously evaluate opportunities in strategic locations and add resources and capacity where our customers need it most. We’re proud of our diverse and expanding presence, and we look forward to serving our customers in these important and active markets.”

This continued growth in key locations demonstrates IAA’s commitment to providing additional acreage for day-to-day seller storage and maintaining reserve storage for acute inventory increases due to natural disasters and/or catastrophic events. These expanded locations also allow the company to offer a wider selection of vehicles to physical and online buyers. Registered buyers can preview vehicles live at the individual auction locations or online via IAA’s newly redesigned vehicle details page that loads 60-percent faster and requires 50-percent less network data.

The IAA expansions announced today include: IAA-Fayetteville, Ark.; IAA-Boise, Idaho; IAA-South Bend, In.; IAA-Shreveport, La.; IAA-Gorham, Maine; IAA-Bridgeport, Pa.; and IAA Portland West, Ore. Additional strategic auction expansions or new locations scheduled for 2017 include: Fredericksburg, Va.; Kansas City, Kan.; Flint, Mich.; Ogden, Utah; and Spokane, Wash.

For more information on listings for branch dates and times, visit www.iaai.com/locations.

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