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Debut sale for new BCA Glasgow

STAFF at British Car Auctions Glasgow welcomed customers to their newly-built auction centre recently to complete the first stage of a redevelopment project. Centre manager Pat McInally and operations manager Stuart McKinnon were joined by operations and administration colleagues as the first cars were offered for sale in the new complex.

Now that phase one of the multi-million pound development is complete, the new building is fully operational, offering enclosed undercover viewing for 300 cars and a brand new auction hall that handled more than 600 vehicles in the first week of trading.

Phase two will see the old building being demolished and the construction of a customer car park, ready for the official opening on November 5. The project is one of a number of high profile network enhancements conducted by BCA this year.

A new commercial vehicle valeting complex has been built at Measham and additional land acquired to expand the commercial vehicle operation.

Also in the Midlands a further 10 acres of land has been secured at BCA Nottingham, which now has 30 acres in total, making it the third largest auction centre in Europe after BCA's sites in Blackbushe and Belle Vue, Manchester.

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