From April 6th, the functions of TC-WEB Real will be expanded

CAA (Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, President Toshiyuki Nagatani) announced that it will expand the home adjustment function of the auction participation tool "WEB Real" provided by TC-webΣ from April 6th.


With this expansion, in addition to the conventional "Urikiri", "Slow" and the industry's first "Re-seri" can be used via the Internet. Even if you do not come to the venue, you can provide the same service as participating in the auction at the venue.


Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, participation in auctions using the Internet is increasing. In anticipation of a new business style in "After Corona," the company was developing functional expansions to further enhance the trading environment for its members.


Function expansion will be supported at all CAA venues, and will be available on both PCs and smartphones.


Above functions are the functions for vehicle seller. Before one has to physically present in auction in order to control his car to be auctioned, from April at CAA auctions systems seller can control his car on remote basis.


What are the terms "Urikiri", "Slow" and "Re-seri" means?


Urikiri- is hidden price, after reaching which the car will be sold. If the bidders doesn't reach the hidden price, then the car goes unsold. Thus the seller during the bidding can push Urikiri and it will show to the bidders, that the car reached the hidden price and will be sold.


Slow- slow means, seller adjusts the hidden price during the bidding process (seri). The slow means the car will be sold less than 30,000 JPY from the hidden (urikiri-desired price). How it worked? In the price adjustment room of the auto auction, the seller adjusts the price by saying slow. You can change the price setting entered in the listing slip by telling this at the time of automatic auction before sold out.


When the auction starts, the screen will be displayed in the middle of the auction and it will start automatically. At that time, the auction screen will be auctioned, and the price will rise while the red, yellow, and green lamps are lit. These lamps light up according to the number of bidders, with one red bidder, two yellow bidders, and three or more green bidders.


At the time of automatic auction, the price usually goes up while alternating red and yellow, and when there is a bid, it lights randomly, and when there are 3 or more bidders, the green lamp lights up. .. Depending on the auto auction, these lamps may be turned on randomly during automatic auction.


There are a start price and a desired price (urikiri) for entering the price on the exhibition slip, and in most auto auctions, the adjustment authority is 30,000 yen, which can be sold out from the start price 30,000 yen below the desired price. It will be in a slow state from 30,000 yen below the desired price.


Example:

Auction price adjustment authority Start price 100,000 yen ---> Slow price 270,000 yen (Adjustment authority 30,000 yen) ---> Suggested price 300,000 yen <------ Automatic auction -------------> <-Slow state-> <Sold out> In this case, it will be slow from 270,000 yen, and if there is a bid, the automatic raising will stop and it will be sold out with adjustment authority. If seller change the price setting entered in the exhibition slip in the price adjustment room, seller will be notified of the throw before it automatically slows at 270,000 yen. For example, if seller slows down at 200,000 yen, if there is a bid over 200,000 yen, the automatic auction will stop and you can decide whether to sell out at that time.


Re-seri- means automatically re-auction the next week.