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Cargiant agrees solus Aston Barclay remarketing contract

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Cargiant has agreed to extend its remarketing contract with Aston Barclay, continuing a 20-year long relationship with the auction house.

The contract has been solus since 2015 in which time Aston Barclay has disposed of more than £87 million of used stock through twice weekly sales on Monday and Wednesdays at its flagship Chelmsford site.

John Forsdyke, director of Cargiant said: “The cultural fit and brand following created by the relationship continues to perform well, and by utilising Aston Barclay’s full range of remarketing services we have seen improvement in service delivery and reduced days to sell.

“We are pleased to continue this relationship and look forward to a continued performance from the Aston Barclay team.”

Martin Potter, managing director of auctions at Aston Barclay, added: “We are pleased to see a continuation of this long-standing arrangement.

“Our team is focused on improved encashment and continues to work with Cargiant to explore all products and services to help them achieve their future used car business goals.”

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