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Aston Barclay renews solus agreement with Cargiant for two years

Martin Potter, Aston Barclay's group operations director

Aston Barclay has renewed its solus agreement with Cargiant, which will see its Chelmsford site handle over 24,000 part exchanges over the next two years.

It will supply a complete remarketing solution for the used car supermarket through its physical and digital  channels.

Over 1,000 used vehicles will be showcased each month at the Monday and Wednesday auctions.

Cargiant’s purchasing director John Forsdyke said:  “We’ve been extremely impressed with the continued excellence of Aston Barclay’s service and performance.

"They always  go that extra mile to exceed our expectations. It was only natural to continue our existing Aston Barclay relationship.”

Aston Barclay’s group operations director Martin Potter (pictured) said: “We have built up a strong buyer following for Cargiant’s part-exchanges at Chelmsford over the years which has helped achieve consistently strong prices and conversion rates.

"We are very  proud of our business partnership with Cargiant.”                

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