Vindis Group extends partnership with Manheim

Vindis Group extends partnership with Manheim

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Manheim, a leading UK provider of integrated products and services for the vehicle remarketing sector has renewed its remarketing deal with Vindis Group until 2021.

The deal will see high-quality stock from Vindis Group continue to flow through the auction company's Northampton centre for a further three years.

Pete Bell, Managing Director of Manheim, said: "We have an extremely successful partnership with Vindis Group that is built on great collaboration and communication across our businesses.”

“The well-established auction programme at Manheim Northampton has a strong buyer following, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with Vindis Group over the years ahead.”

Founded in 1960, Vindis Group is a family-owned business with a growing network of retailers selling vehicles from manufacturers including Audi, Bentley, ŠKODA, and Volkswagen.

Vindis Group’s Peter Toop said: "Our long-standing partnership with Manheim has consistently delivered strong results for the Group. We are very pleased to be working together for a further three years, and look forward to seeing our auction programme continue to go from strength to strength.”

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