Insight

The automotive auction industry moves fast. Get up to speed with the latest analyses and insight. IAA keeps up with all of the latest trends and factors that influence the marketplace to ensure that our partners have the information they need to make better business decisions.

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We make sure that each IAA publication is timely and relevant to the current status of the automotive auction industry. Whether you're an insurance agent, a scrapper or a fundraising coordinator for a charity, we provide information to help you gain a thorough understanding of the auction marketplace.

Specialty Quarterly Report First Quarter 2017

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Remarketing Quarterly Report First Quarter 2017

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Perspectives

U.S. Monetary Policy and International Impact

IAA keeps a close eye on economic events that impact the industry, and monetary policy is certainly included. IAA CEO and President John Kett discusses the Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate hike and how anticipation of that decision fuels changes that ripple through the automotive auction marketplace.

Thursday, April 6

The Rise of Total Loss

In this Perspectives article, IAA CEO and President John Kett tackles the increase in total loss frequency. Examining the influencers and factors that affect the rising trend, Kett discusses the challenges insurance carriers face and the forward-thinking solutions that can be put into place.

Thursday, March 2

Redefining Total Loss Claims Services

It’s been a busy year for IAA. We’ve continued to innovate and expand, and we’re able to provide the tools and services insurers need throughout the entire claims lifecycle. President and CEO John Kett takes a look back at 2016 and discusses the path ahead in the coming year.

Wednesday, December 21

Carbon Fiber

Carbon fiber is the talk of the automotive industry and could be poised to change the way vehicles are manufactured for many years to come. This Perspectives article discusses this wonder material, the opportunities it presents and the challenges that must still be overcome.

Monday, October 31