Orlando, Fla. -- DealerIndustry.com unveiled a new dealer-to-dealer live auction Website aimed at helping dealers sell excess new-car inventory.

The new site comes after two years of planning, as it not only manages a dealer’s inventory, but also the floor plan.

Officer Simon Soaf noted: “DealerIndustry.com EMPOWERS each dealer with the ability to network with dealers all over the country. Dealerships have been buying and selling Inventory from each other for a long time. New car dealerships understand that most brokers only network with limited groups of dealers they have relationships with. The brokers’ network of dealers that they usually depend on, may not want to buy or sell at the exact moment hundreds of dealerships are experiencing immediate new car inventory issues. There are a lot of dealerships that a broker is not working with today. New car dealers all around country at any given moment have what other dealers need to buy or have inventory that they need to wholesale! DealerIndustry.com is all about improving the networking of dealers around the USA! This inefficient process needed to be improved. We all know that having aging vehicles on a car lot is not good business. Now, with DealerIndustry.com, an automotive dealer can move their aging vehicles quickly and efficiently to other dealers who need them.”

Similar to the eBay consumer auction Website, the DealerIndustry.com website allows auto dealers to enter the minimum price they want for the vehicle as well as placing a “buy it now” price or letting other auto dealers “offer” a price for the vehicle. DealerIndustry.com also saves time and money by providing a convenient shipping / transportation service to have any purchased new car vehicle transported anywhere in the U.S., from one car to a truck load of vehicles - a simple online form takes care of all the shipping needs.

Led by an executive team with 100 years of industry, DealerIndustry.com is a website that not only helps solve new vehicle inventory issues, but also provides a community meeting place for people in the automotive industry. The DealerIndustry.com car forums have been set up to encourage dealers to talk and share ideas across the country. There is also a job board. Additionally, the site offers a listing of the top auto dealer advertising / marketing. Dealers can browse through automotive dealer TV ads, car dealership newspaper ads, car dealer radio spots and examples of great auto dealer direct mail campaigns.