BCA is reporting a strong start to Q4 with additional volume through physical and online channels, even though much of the market is experiencing supply issues.
Good results in October have been followed by the company announcing a number of new business and incremental contract gains from manufacturer, fleet, contract hire and dealership sources in the final quarter of the year.
UK managing director Andrew Hulme commented “BCA’s investment in buyer services and products, and the outstanding execution and fulfilment of the core physical business has created a key differential between BCA and its competitors.”
“Our market leading residual value performance and higher sales conversions combine to deliver faster cash-to-bank performance for our vendor base, and this has been the trigger point for a number of business gains including Inchcape, BMW Group, Arval and Prudential among others.
Hulme added “Today we have nearly 13,000 vehicles on offer – that’s over three times the volume that our nearest competitor has available. This means more choice for BCA’s buyers through every channel – physical auction, Live Online, Bid Now, Buy Now and e-Auction.”
He concluded “As the market continues to endure stock shortages and issues over age, mileage and condition of stock, buyers can be sure that BCA will continue to offer the widest choice of vehicles through the most comprehensive sales programme.”