Manheim is one of Australia’s largest automotive and industrial auctioneers and has been operating out of its Moorebank, New South Wales property since 1994 but it will be moving soon. Source: AFDJ eNews
The company has been leasing the premises however, as a sign of their continued investment in the Australian marketplace, the company has just completed the purchase of the land and buildings at 144 Moorebank Avenue, Moorebank NSW.
Manheim provides auctioneering and logistics services for a wide variety of customers across the state. With a growing number of vehicles, trucks, machinery and other assets being auctioned to increasingly larger crowds every week, the company has moved to secure their future at the Moorebank site in order to cater for the increased business demand.
“The purchase of the 35,000sqm site at Moorebank reflects the success of our business and our commitment to our operations in Sydney,” Campbell Jones, CEO of Manheim said.
“The purchase gives us certainty in our tenancy and will allow us to invest in upgrading our facility with a strategic, long term view”.
Manheim holds weekly public vehicle auctions offering buyers a wide range of vehicles to choose from with over 400 cars, 4WDs and light commercials available at auction each week.
Each month Manheim also hold public truck and machinery auctions which feature a wide range of stock such as earthmoving equipment, trucks and trailers, buses and farm machinery.
“Backed by the continued investment of our parent company, Cox Automotive, we look forward to a number of site improvements in both the short and the long term now we own the property,” Mr Jones said.