October 01, 2016 3:37 PM ET

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Company Overview of Manheim, Inc.

Company Overview

Manheim, Inc. provides vehicle remarketing services to authorized dealers. It engages in buying and selling used vehicles at live auctions and online; reporting and strategic advice to help improving remarketing performance; and arbitration, condition reporting, consulting, financing, purchase protection, reconditioning, transportation, vehicles search, and valuation services. The company serves automotive dealerships, banks, car rental agencies, car manufacturers, and government agencies. Manheim, Inc. was formerly known as Manheim Auctions, Inc. The company was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. It has locations in Australia, Canada, France, Italy, New Zealand, Portu...

6205 Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE

Atlanta, GA 30328

United States

Founded in 1945

Phone:

678-645-2818

Fax:

678-645-3818

Key Executives for Manheim, Inc.

President of Cox Automotive
Age: 63
President of North America
Chief Economist
Senior Vice President of Vehicle Solutions
Senior Vice President of Client Experience
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Manheim, Inc. Key Developments

Manheim Appoints Doug Keim as Senior Vice President of Client Experience

To drive Manheim's efforts to reimagine and revolutionize customer service and position the company for future growth, Doug Keim has been appointed senior vice president of Client Experience. In this role, he will develop and execute initiatives designed to improve dealer and commercial client satisfaction and profitability. Effective March 1, Keim will report to Janet Barnard, president of Manheim North America. In his new position, Keim will leverage his strong background in organizational leadership, global product development, marketing, insights and innovation. He most recently served as Cox Automotive's vice president of Strategic Growth for the Media Group and was responsible for the management and growth of TradeIn Marketplace and Haystak Digital Marketing. Before joining Cox Automotive, Keim held numerous executive management and leadership positions with CHEP International, SmurfitStone Container Corporation and GeorgiaPacific.

Manheim Unveils New Wholesale-to-Retail Vehicle Solution

Manheim has unveiled the new wholesale-to-retail vehicle solution. The offering, created with dealer input, enables customers to select from six modular services that support their end-to-end remarketing activities. These include vehicle inventory identification, acquisition, inspection and reconditioning, merchandising and transportation. Dealers can benefit from expertise and guidance that helps: identify the vehicle types that will perform well for their location: order vehicle inventory efficiently: and secure all-in-one pricing with reconditioning and delivery. Dealers can also benefit from: Manheim facilitates providing lot space as increased volume is needed; units ready for sale at time of delivery, saving floor plan costs; augments current retail reconditioning, allowing more units to be frontline ready faster; and inventory management techniques and merchandising, from acquisition to digital formats. The new wholesale-to-retail vehicle solution will be expanding at Manheim Denver and will be offered later this year at additional Manheim locations.

Janet Barnard to Join as President of Manheim North America

Cox Automotive President Sandy Schwartz announced that Janet Barnard will take on the role as President of Manheim North America, effective immediately. Barnard previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In her new role, Barnard will continue to lead the company's core vehicle auction business that includes 78 operating locations and a team of more than 18,000 employees. As a member of the Cox Automotive leadership team, she has the responsibility for strategic business functions such as Operations, Sales, Customer Experience and Product Development. Manheim is the leading provider of vehicle remarketing services, connecting buyers and sellers of used vehicles to the wholesale vehicle marketplace. Prior to joining Manheim, Barnard served as senior vice president and general manager for Cox Communications' Central Region. She is a member of the Metro Atlanta Clean Tech Leadership Council, which focuses on growing the clean tech economy, attracting and growing clean tech jobs and positioning metro Atlanta as a leader in sustainability.

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