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Toronto, Ontario -- October 26, 2016 -- Co-Auto Co-Operative has announced it will deliver a national service that is a “one-stop shop” for dealers anywhere in Canada. The company will also change its name to Consolidated Dealers Co-Op.

The company is based out of Ontario. A press release from the company notes that auto dealers across Canada are consolidating into larger entities and are searching for new economies of scale. “Regardless of region, our goal is to offer the same great deals and the same great service to dealers across the country. A growing number of our clients have already been served by us, outside of Ontario, so this move to nationalize officially is essentially a logical brand evolution,” according to an official statement from the company.

The decision came following a special members meeting held in September 2016 in Kleinburg, Ontario, where a legal name change was approved. The new national brand will be launched effective November 1, 2016, as Consolidated Dealers Co-Op.

“We are very proud and excited to announce that we have become the first national auto dealer buying group to serve the entire Canadian market. Auto dealers across the country when surveyed, clearly indicated their need for simplicity when selecting a buying group,” said Tom Langton, President and CEO of Consolidated Dealers Co-Op.
A statement from the company says great member growth is expected, along with new products and services that will provide additional savings and profits in the coming months and years.

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