Tradeouts.com hits 4000 dealer target ahead of second birthday

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Leading trade-to-trade website, Tradeouts.com has reported record growth as its fixed cost disposal and buying service a becomes a hit with car dealers.

Launched less than two years ago, Tradeouts.com is already celebrating the 4000th car dealer using its service. With thousands of physical cars available at any given time to thousands of dealers, Tradeouts has quickly established itself as a profit centre for traders looking to dispose of and source vehicles.

David Brown says, "We have a simple concept which new subscribers understand straight away. The first deal via Tradeouts covers their subscription fees for an entire year. Combined with a free trial means dealers are in profit immediately with our service."

Despite its increasing size, Tradeouts is keen to maintain the personal touch, dedicated account managers remain on standby to assist customer with their sales or purchases where needed.

Instant sourcing has always had an attraction for dealers; selling the part exchange before it comes in is the fastest stock turn model a dealer can have. The recently launched Tradeouts Appraisal App means dealers can upload vehicle information, photos and receive competitive bids for a part exchange even before the car has come into stock.

It's not just ex-fleet stock to be found on the website however, Tradeouts caters for all makes and age of cars, recently advertising a half million pound 1938 Delahaye from Vivid Car Brokers.

Not content with these achievements however, Tradeouts is working on projects to expand the company both geographically and commercially. David continues, "2013 has been a year of growth and innovation for us, and while it hasn't even started yet 2014 is already shaping up to be a very exciting year, watch this space !"

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Based in Northamptonshire and founded in 2011, Tradeouts Limited is the leading independent online service provider to the automotive dealer industry and employs eight people.

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