Double Award Win

Manheim and Dealer Auction scoop two awards at the Car Dealer Power Awards

Car Dealer Power Award winner

Manheim and Dealer Auction had a very successful night at the Car Dealer Power Awards last night scooping two of the top awards.

Pete Bell, MD of Manheim, said “This is a fantastic achievement for Manheim and I am incredibly proud of the entire team, winning this prestigious award in the face of stiff competition. It’s voted for by our customers which makes it all the more important, and shows the unrivalled experience and breadth of capability we provide on a daily basis to our customers.”

Car Dealer Power is the annual survey and awards ceremony in which dealers are invited to have their say on the car manufacturers and suppliers they do business with – and thousands of them take part every year, making it truly representative.

Kieran TeeBoon, MD of Dealer Auction, said “This is the sixth time that we have won Car Dealer Magazine's 'Trade-to-Trade' Remarketer Of The Year at their Power Awards, and an incredible 5th time in a row. This award in particular means a lot to us as it is voted for by our dealer customers, which is testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire Dealer Auction team.

Congratulations to both Manheim and Dealer Auction!

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