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TRADE X Partners with AiM for Third-Party Vehicle Inspections

AiM’s vehicle inspections will provide buyers and sellers on the TRADE X platform with actionable intelligence to determine vehicle value, offering comfort and security when making transactions.

Trade X Group of Companies Inc. (TRADE X), a B2B cross-border automotive trading platform, announced that it has partnered with Alliance Inspection Management (AiM) for pre-owned vehicle inspections in North America. AiM will perform vehicle inspections for all TRADE X transactions in Canada and the U.S., to ensure vehicles meet the buying and selling criteria of car dealers, importers, exporters, fleet owners, rental companies, mobility solution providers, and other users of TRADE X’s vehicle trading platform.

AiM conducts more than 12 million vehicle inspections each year and is one of the largest providers of third-party inspections in North America. Specifically, AiM evaluates vehicles and provides condition reports based on an industry-wide, standardized grading system, providing buyers with the highest level of comfort and security. Through in-person inspections, AiM helps to accurately assess the current condition of a vehicle to ensure accurate pricing and buyer satisfaction. 

“AiM’s third-party condition reporting will help us serve our customers better by providing actionable intelligence for buyers and sellers, increasing buyer comfort with cross-border trading. Through our partnership with AiM, we will work to address the current shortage of pre-owned vehicles in the U.S. by providing easier, more transparent access to vehicles in Canada,” said Luciano Butera, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of TRADE X. 

TRADE X provides the entire B2B ecosystem with a secure, compliant, and streamlined platform that handles all the logistics required in buying and selling pre-owned vehicles internationally. This includes trade financing, compliance, international payments, engaging registered importers, anti-money laundering regulations, vehicle inspection, digital trade documentation, and homologation. 

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