BCA reports a record year in 2013 as sold volumes rose well above 600,000 units for the first time.
It sold 610,000 cars and commercial vehicles in 2013, as a strong fourth quarter for the company helped towards a record breaking total.
The remarketing division posted record sales volumes and BCA’s logistics division generated a record trading performance with an enhanced range of services thanks to the acquisition of NKL Logistics in May.
Spencer Lock, managing director of BCA, said: “Last year we not only delivered a record breaking volume performance, but we made significant progress with many of our key strategic objectives.
“We won significant new business across the dealer, contract hire and leasing segments and maintained our position as the most comprehensive source of used stock for professional buyers.
“We also accelerated the deployment of our appraise, value and sell tools across the dealership sector and made substantial and on-going investment in our online platforms because our buyers tell us they want to access used stock 24/7, 365 days a year.
“Notably, we were also first in the remarketing sector to launch a buyer funding service, and BCA Vehicle Finance Limited is already offering a number of customers additional funding to help grow their business.
“This year promises to be equally exciting, with opportunities to further expand our business and establish another record volume and trading performance.
"There are no signs that the demand for good quality used vehicles is going to ebb in 2014, so we will continue to invest in our IT infrastructure and online offerings to deliver an improved customer experience and make BCA even easier to do business with.”