eBay Motors has announced an agreement with Hollander to provide online access to its inventory of used parts.
Hollander, a Solera company, has an inventory of more than $2.7 billion in used parts. Hollander is a provider of auto recycling and parts yard management systems in the U.S. and Canada.
Hollander’s says its inventory represents nearly 60% of the available used parts market and marks the first time their more than 3,000 auto recyclers, rebuilders and collectors will have the ability to list items online-reaching nearly 12 million unique monthly visitors on the eBay Motors site. Hollander’s enterprise resource tool will power the listings which will then feed directly on to eBay Motors. The launch is expected to take place by year end 2009.
“Our goal is to connect buyers and sellers in a global marketplace with the largest selection of great deals,” said Rob Chesney, vice president, eBay Motors, Marketplaces. “Working with Hollander essentially doubles the eBay Motors selection-already the largest parts inventory on the web-and reinforces our position as a leading automotive destination online with access to the best inventory in the used, refurbished and liquidation automotive parts and accessories space”
“Hollander has been helping auto recyclers sell parts effectively and efficiently for more than 70 years,” said Tony Aquila, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Solera. “With eBay Motors we are unlocking an unprecedented number of recycled parts new to ecommerce and creating a cost-effective and value driven solution for both auto recyclers and eBay Motors users”