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Disposals: BCA plans for commercial vehicle demand

At Blackbushe, the weekly Thursday sale will run in two auction halls concurrently in 2005, a reflection on the huge entry of stock this premium selling platform has been attracting and the large numbers of buyers attending. Sellers will have twice the opportunity to remarket stock, with premium direct-entered vehicles being sold in a dedicated auction hall.

At Birmingham, the fortnightly Friday LCV sale has gone weekly for 2005, again doubling opportunities for buyers and sellers of commercial vehicles. BCA Glasgow continues to outperform much of the marketplace with strong conversions and prices in the new LCV sale section and is attracting additional vendors.

BCA Glasgow Manager Stuart Ashcroft said: ‘The market for LCV’s in Scotland is way above everyone’s expectations. Buyers in Glasgow appreciate conducting their business in a modern state-of-the-art facility.’

BCA New Bedford, currently being constructed and due for completion in the second half of 2005, will introduce a completely new opportunity for commercial vehicle vendors. The £12 million, 25 acre supercentre will hold regular, dedicated light commercial sales and also has a heavy commercial vehicle auction.

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