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Company Overview of N.E. Penn Salvage Company

Company Overview

N.E. Penn Salvage Company operates as a salvage auction company in northeast Pennsylvania. Its sale features items, such as motorcycles, motorhomes, cinderspreaders, ATVs, boats, jet skis, and others. The company serves salvage buyers in northeastern Pennsylvania, southern tier of New York, and northwestern New Jersey. The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Pittston, Pennsylvania. As of February 23, 2006, N.E. Penn Salvage Company is a subsidiary of ADESA Inc.

103 Thompson Street

Pittston, PA 18640-0596

United States

Founded in 1970





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