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BCA Perry Barr officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham

BCA’s new 20-acre remarketing and logistics facility at Perry Barr was officially declared open by Councillor Carl Rice, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, on January 19.

The day’s events included a special sale of vehicles that attracted a large crowd of buyers to BCA Birmingham - Perry Barr and the sale of a charity car donated by BCA with all the proceeds going to the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal.

Following an introduction by Simon Henstock, BCA chief operating officer UK Remarketing, the Lord Mayor unveiled a plaque declaring the new multi-million pound BCA centre formally open.

Rice watched from the Rostrum as a car donated by BCA was sold to raise funds for the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal 2016/17, which supports a number of charities including Cancer Research UK and Fischer House UK.  The 2012 Vauxhall Astra sold for an £5,050 and was purchased by Trade Centre UK, which is soon to open a new 12 acre, 1,200 car site in the West Midlands.


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