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Tuesday, 24 September 2013 17:34

Insurance Auto Auctions Relocates its Oklahoma Auction

An increased demand for services has Insurance Auto Auctions expanding and relocating one of its facilities in the Midwest.

IAA has announced the relocation of its Oklahoma City site to a larger facility in the region.

This relocation significantly expands IAA’s capacity and fits with the company’s strategic vision of growth among key customer markets across North America.

“Over the past several years, we have experienced a significant increase in demand from multiple customers in Oklahoma City as well as the need for catastrophe services in the region,” said Tom O’Brien, chief executive officer of IAA.

“The relocation of our facility to a new state-of-the-art building will allow us to better serve this important market and provide enhanced services to our existing customers,” he said.

The new 30-acre facility gives IAA the additional capacity necessary to serve the greater Oklahoma City market, the company said, and provides for the company’s growing global buyer base consisting of rebuilders, used-car dealers, automotive body shops, automotive wholesalers, exporters, dismantlers, recyclers and brokers.

IAA’s Oklahoma City new auction facility will be located at 7300 N. I-35 Service Road in Oklahoma City, with auctions to take place every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. CT.

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