IAA’s expansion of its Indianapolis branch brings the facility to more than 70 acres of capacity, said IAA chief executive officer and president John Kett.
IAA said that through its investment, the branch will see greater ability to serve new customer demand in Indianapolis and the surrounding metropolitan area.
“We will continue to make strategic investments to better serve our customers’ needs,” Kett said in a news release.
IAA senior vice president of U.S. operations Scott Guenther added, “We are excited by the investment in our Indianapolis branch, enhancing our property and helping us better serve our customers throughout the state of Indiana.”
The announcement follows the company’s high expansion activity in August. Some of those expansions took place at IAA’s branches in Pulaski, Va., Fontana, Calif., McAllen, Texas and Phoenix.