RCG Logistics Becomes a Member of NAAA
October 09, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsSacramento, CA – RCG Logistics (http://www.rcgauto.com) has been granted membership in the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA). By becoming a member of an esteemed organization established 65 years ago, RCG Logistics is expanding its range of solutions and services for the automotive industry and aligning itself with superior quality and standards associated with NAAA membership.
Founded in 1948, NAAA was created to educate auction owners in dealings with dealers. As the novel idea of using auctions to buy and sell used cars spread, so did the scope of services provided by the NAAA.
"National Auto Auction Association (NAAA) is composed of members who are entrusted by sellers and buyers of motor vehicles to be resold by them to the public." – NAAA, Code of Ethics
Wholesale auctions are now an essential part of the American economy; member auctions sell 7.9 million units worth $72.7 billion annually. With member auctions averaging 140 employees and with more than 145 million vehicles selling in the last 16 years, the NAAA holds its members to the highest standard in the industry and enforces a strict code of ethics.
About RCG Logistics
RCG Logistics is a leading national auto transport company, whose software solutions and services enhance efficiency and profitability for auctions and dealers. RCG Logistics leverages its network of over 5000 auto transporters to deliver reliable shipping options with an emphasis on faster lead times, safe and insured car shipping. Services offered nationwide include shipping: inoperable vehicles, oversized equipment, truck loads and single units. Additionally, car shipping quotes are instantly provided online.
RCG Logistics continues to solidify its position in the automotive industry by offering specialized services to auctions and dealers. RCG Logistics focuses on nationwide and regional vehicle shipping to and from auctions, facilitates dealer trades, and ships directly to customers. By disrupting the traditional business model, RCG Logistics is a growth oriented firm that emphasizes lower commissions by relying on new technology, a low overhead, a network of contracted carriers, and a reputation for going above and beyond to meet the needs of clients and carriers.
Recent transportation legislation, MAP-21 has not been a deterrent for growth. RCG Logistics has embraced the new requirement and recently secured a $75,000 bond to protect trucking companies. Since the start of 2013, RCG Logistics has hired additional employees and transferred to a larger office space. The company and its team members are excited about future growth opportunities as they continue to service their customers.