Generating Cashflow – Vehicle Remarketing

by Jim Peplinski   Posted on Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Generating Cashflow - Vehicle Remarketing

Generate cash flow: Profit from end of lease or owned vehicle

In a time when cash flow is critical, you may have more resources than you realize. Vehicle remarketing can help your bottom line by making the most of vehicles that have reached their end of lease, are no longer needed, or that need to be replaced. Here’s what you need to know

Calendar Considerations

Seasonality should be taken into consideration with remarketing. When you go to market makes a huge difference. Understanding timing can help you earn what you deserve, and ensure your vehicles get maximum exposure their first time through the vehicle auction.

Spring and fall traditionally offer the strongest markets for the resale of used vehicles but each situation has its own set of variables. While wholesale prices typically pick up in the spring and fall, if the US dollar is strong, it can generate good interest from the US, and in the used vehicle market in Canada.

What happens if you remarket a vehicle but still need to replace it?

You can order most models of vehicles before the order banks close in late spring, however, some popular models, including Cargo vans, often build-out much earlier. Traditionally, a good amount of stock vehicles should be available at that time, but later in the year inventory of vans and pick-up trucks reduce significantly. This can make it harder and more expensive to find your top picks due to limited availability.

Strategic partners to open the right doors

Working with a fleet manager will give you access to the nationwide wholesale dealer auction, maximizing your audience significantly. It is important to understand, these dealer auctions cannot be accessed on your own!  Selling vehicles is also time-consuming. Time spent in reconditioning, advertising and showing vehicles is time not spent on your business.

While vehicle remarketing can be a simple solution, it’s not always easy. Fleet management services can streamline the process and help you get the most value. At Jim Peplinski Leasing, we allow you to focus on what you do best, running your business! As a nationally recognized preferred seller with nation-wide remarketing expertise, we utilize a multi-channel sales approach, providing high net returns at the lowest possible cost to you. We carry out a competitive analysis for each vehicle you are ready to sell and negotiate on your behalf to get you the highest amount possible. Our strength lies not only in our wide recognition within the market but also in our ability to understand your company’s needs for vehicle remarketing and disposal.

We put your priorities above all else when finding the best approach to remarket your fleet. With more than thirty years of experience in commercial vehicle leasing and remarketing, we have the expertise, connections, industry recognition, and experience to negotiate on your behalf.

Jim Peplinski Leasing can remarket any and all vehicles, not just those leased through us. Many of our customers have vehicles owned by themselves that they need to replace. We can help with the remarketing process to make sure all options are fully understood and get access to the widest net possible. Remarketing unused, or underused vehicles is a great way to generate quick cash flow when needed.

Working with a nationally recognized seller is a no brainer. At Jim Peplinski Leasing, our reputation helps attract a larger buying audience – which means a higher sale price at a lower cost to you! When you time the acquisition of your fleet to the strongest markets, it greatly reduces the overall cost of your vehicle leasing. Our experienced team can help you make the right decisions to time the resale of your vehicles for maximum profit.

At Jim Peplinski Leasing, our goal is simple…to empower the growth and success of your business.

Looking to remarket and replace one vehicle, or even your whole fleet? Contact us today.

Call 1-800-465-1174 or email info@jimpeplinski.ca



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