ADESA Canada has opened up new headquarters in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga.

Roughly 50 ADESA and AutoVIN employees will work out of the 10,583-square-foot facility.

ADESA Canada's sales, finance, tax, legal and human resources will be housed in the Mississauga headquarters, along with AutoVIN training and development, customer service field operations and executive departments.

The facility is located about 30 minutes from downtown Toronto.

ADESA has 14 Canadian auction and 77 locations throughout North America.

“The addition of this new office allows our ADESA and AutoVIN teams to work closely together for the benefit of our mutual customers,” ADESA Canada chief operating officer Trevor Henderson said in a news release.

“Our prime location is not only more convenient for our customers, but we are also near our Toronto auto auction and other KAR companies located in the area,” Henderson said. “The diverse teams and functions at this facility and the collaborative work environment it creates will also help us attract and retain Toronto’s best and brightest talent.”

As Henderson noted, several of their KAR Auction Services sister companies are also in the Toronto area, including ADESA’s online auction subsidiary OPENLANE plus TradeRev and Impact Auto Auctions.

Henderson is one of the speakers at next month's Auto Remarketing Canada Conference, which is being held April 3-4 at the Westin Harbour Castle in downtown Toronto. ADESA Canada is one of the presenting sponsors. 

Editor's Note: Location of OPENLANE has been corrected from earlier version.