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Ambrosetti acquisition places BCA in a 'unique' position, says sales director Craig Purvey

Craig Purvey, BCA

The acquisition of vehicle preparation specialist Ambrosetti has allowed BCA Marketplace to offer a unique range of services, says sales director Craig Purvey.

The company said it is delivering complex defleet and remarketing packages to motor industry customers including reconditioning, conversion, PDI, servicing, storage and onward logistics movements to its 23-strong nationwide network of remarketing centres.

BCA added this combination of services allows it to direct vehicles to regional refurbishment centres or remarketing centres as appropriate, maximising returns and speeding up the sale process.

Purvey said: "BCA is uniquely placed to deliver a range of linked services to the motor industry through the combined infrastructure of regional defleet facilities, vehicle logistics and preparation centres and physical, hybrid and digital remarketing channels.

“For the first time in the UK marketplace, BCA is offering the economies of scale and diversity of services that meet the needs of an impressive portfolio of customers including vehicle manufacturers and importers, major fleets and dealer groups with touch points at every stage of the vehicle’s lifecycle.

"It is a compelling proposition that BCA is delivering and one not seen before in the UK marketplace."


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