Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, 01:43 PM
Instant wholesale vehicle trading platform CarOffer has named automotive logistics and services company ACERTUS as its exclusive transportation provider, stating that ACERTUS will support CarOffer’s mission to help dealers trade, source, purchase and move used inventory faster.
ACERTUS executive vice president of global operations Jeremy Cope said in a news release that his company appreciates the opportunity to “partner with fellow industry disruptors who strive to enhance the automotive space.”
CarOffer says its marketplace features national participation competing for used-vehicle inventory by providing “on the money” offers at the point of appraisal along with a future 45-day guaranteed buy offer.
ACERTUS said it connects pre-owned operators and buyers to a network of pre-approved, vetted carriers representing 20,000 trucks across North America. The company said that by doing that, it is accelerating time to market and boosting vehicle value through reliable “transport and technology innovations.”
“CarOffer is revolutionizing dealers’ ability to access and trade used inventory, and we are so proud to have been serving as their logistics partner since day one,” Cope said.
Cope continued, “Through this strategic partnership, we have not only been able to expand our reach but support our shared desire to drive the future of the automotive industry.”
CarOffer chief strategy and partnership officer Scott Johnston said CarOffer represents a new approach to “acquiring and selling pre-owned inventory instantly and profitably.”
“Transportation is a huge key to our success, and ACERTUS has helped ensure we provide fast, reliable transport solutions,” Johnston said.
Johnston continued, “Their hands-on, always-on service approach, proprietary technology and national footprint made ACERTUS a natural fit to support our business objectives.”