South Bay Auto Auction opens first Northern CA center in Stockton | Business
South Bay Auto Auction opens first Northern CA center in Stockton
South Bay Auto Auction (SBAA) welcomed auto buyers as well as government and community representatives to the Grand Opening of its 90,000-square-foot facility in Stockton on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
The company, which sells cars to dealerships and not the public, has hired 30 people and hopes to ramp up to 50 new jobs.
Former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown emceed the formal ceremonies
He said there is more than hope for Stockton when businesses could go anywhere but decide to invest in the city and make it their home.
President Moe Shemirani (pictured) and VP/General manager Mark Rubino both praised the new location in Stockton, saying they felt welcome from the beginning of their site location search. The San Joaquin Partnership and Brian Barnes, a broker with Cornish & Carey assisted SBAA in their search for a facility.
SBAA offers a full range of remarketing services including transportation, reconditioning, inspections, an inventory management system, and SBAA LiveNet, our live internet auction. South Bay Auto Auction remarkets vehicles for credit unions, banks, and finance companies, as well as leasing and rental car companies, and franchised used car dealers