New IAA Facility in W.Va. Opens – Auto RemarketingMay 24, 2022
As its parent company, KAR Auction Services, received another accolade, business unit Insurance Auto Auctions announced on Tuesday that its newest salvage auction location in Shady Spring, W.Va., is now open.
The newest branch that company leadership says can service three different states is located at 4163 Pluto Road in Shady Spring.
Insurance Auto Auctions chief executive officer and president John Kett said, “IAA continues to strategically locate branches to better service our customers.
“We are committed to providing buyers and sellers with access to greater inventory and more convenience at auctions, and the Shady Spring location is in a prime location to support our customers across three states — West Virginia, Virginia and Kentucky,” Kett went on to say.
Preview and auction times vary for each of IAA's facilities. For more information, call the IAA Shady Spring branch at (304) 253-4970 or go to IAA's branch information page at www.iaai.com.
KAR Recognized by Winning Companies
In other news, KAR chief executive officer Jim Hallett shared that the company has been selected by Winning Companies as a 2020 Women on Boards Winning ‘W’ Company for 2014.
KAR highlighted that Winning Companies recognizes the importance of board diversity, and highlights companies that have 20 percent or more women on their board of directors. KAR currently has two women serving on its board — Donna Ecton and Lynn Jolliffe.
2020 Women on Boards is a non-profit grassroots campaign committed to increasing the percentage of women who serve on company boards to 20 percent or greater by the year 2020. The group is dedicated to educating corporate stakeholders on the importance of board diversity and promoting companies as examples of good corporate governance.
“The KAR group of companies is committed to creating an empowered, diverse environment for our more than 12,000 employees worldwide,” Hallett said. “We are proud of this recognition, and honored to have so many outstanding women professionals leading our board and teams.”