Friday, June 24, 2011

Manheim Metro Detroit Closing in Flat Rock, Mich., and Laying Off 268

Manheim Metro Detroit is closing down in Flat Rock, Mich., and will start laying off 268 workers on July 22.

Manheim Metro Detroit, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, Inc., is the world's largest provider of vehicle remarketing services.   In 2009, Manheim handled nearly 10 million used vehicles, facilitating transactions representing more than $50 billion in value.

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