Tradeouts breaks through the 10,000 vehicle barrier

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Leading dealer-to-dealer website hits a record number of vehicles listed for the first time this month, with over 10,000 physical vehicles available to trade buyers.

Designed as a one-stop trading website for car dealers and launched just two years ago, Tradeouts has fast gathered pace as the resource traders can rely on to find used vehicles.

Since January Tradeouts has seen a 500% increase in physical stock, climbing to in excess of 10,000 units listed daily.

David Brown, Managing Director of Tradeouts adds, "It is essential for dealers to have access to good value used stock, which is something they have found difficult in the past. Our continued growth demonstrates to dealers that Tradeouts is committed to delivering a wide selection of vehicles to dealers in 2014 and beyond. Much of our growth has been down to word-of-mouth from happy customers who can see the value in our service and are keen to recommend us. That isn't to say we're complacent, we have several projects set to deliver even greater profit to our dealers."

Though Tradeouts boasts a large and varied selection of trade stock, it isn't just a service for sourcing vehicles; Tradeouts excels at vehicle disposal too. Stock advertised by a customer is immediately distributed to over 5600 eager dealers, with vehicles often sold in a matter of minutes. In the month of May Tradeouts made in excess of 32 million vehicle-to-dealer matches based on detailed dealer requirements. recently announced leading vehicle auction house Aston Barclay as the latest partner to its CanBid service. CanBid, powered by Tradeouts, is a facility which enables vehicle buyers to bid at multiple vehicle auctions and buy from remarketing services around the UK using a single sign in and one account.

David Brown continues, "Dealers understand the benefit of online disposal and acquisition, they have discovered ways to manage stock at a reduced cost and with a faster turnaround time; Tradeouts with CanBid is supplying on both counts."

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