Manheim reconditions more than 3.5 million vehicles each year across nearly all its locations. Beyond getting vehicles ready for wholesale or retail sale, Manheim's Auto Tech Training Center positions the company to support clients as vehicle technologies become more sophisticated.  -  Photo: Manheim

Manheim reconditions more than 3.5 million vehicles each year across nearly all its locations. Beyond getting vehicles ready for wholesale or retail sale, Manheim's Auto Tech Training Center positions the company to support clients as vehicle technologies become more sophisticated.

Photo: Manheim

As reconditioning operations continue to be one of the fastest growing areas at Manheim and within the auto industry, Cox Automotive on March 7 announced it plans to open its fifth Auto Tech Training Center (ATTC) later this year.

The new center, to be located in Chicago, joins four other training centers housed at Manheim locations in Southern California, Central Florida, New Jersey, and Dallas. These ATTCs are equipped to support the increasing need for wholesale, retail, fleet, and EV reconditioning services.

“Beyond getting vehicles ready for wholesale or retail sale, our high-quality ATTCs position us to support our clients as vehicle technologies become more sophisticated,” said Marty D’Amato, vice president of reconditioning at Manheim, in a news release. “Working with Cox Automotive Mobility on innovations such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), as well as supporting EVs, our expert teams are preparing to service the vehicle needs of today and tomorrow.”

Manheim reconditions more than 3.5 million vehicles each year across nearly all its locations.

The ATTCs complement Manheim’s existing apprentice program for technicians by making room to scale the program and increase participation. At the helm of the ATTC endeavor is Manny Mendivil, a world-class trainer who holds 24 ASE certifications, including master automobile and heavy-duty truck. He also specializes in electrical and drivability diagnostics.

“Our goal is to go beyond simply training technicians to creating a learning environment that provides them with industry-leading equipment, a curriculum to continually advance in their careers and competitive benefits,” Mendivil said.

In addition to training, Manheim also offers competitive benefits for technicians, including signing bonuses, competitive pay, up to $1,500 in free tools for new hires, and complimentary ASE training and certification.

“Our goal is to bring the highest quality reconditioning talent and services to our clients and the industry while planning for the future,” said Grace Huang, president of Cox Automotive Inventory Solutions.

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