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Vehicle arrivals at BCA Portbury break new record

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BCA has announced a record week for vehicle arrivals at its Portbury operation, which saw an 11% increase on the previous highest week record in 2016.

BCA Portbury saw over 12,250 vehicles arrive on February 11, which has seen a consistent rise in volume following the recent announcement that MG Motor UK is expanding its new vehicle operations with BCA

BCA Portbury’s operations director Ian Griffiths said: “This record week reflects the dedication of the Portbury team to deliver exceptional levels of service, alongside ongoing process improvements and the smarter use of real-time data.

"This allows us to greatly increase the speed that we can process vehicles through the site.

“The compound team at BCA Portbury is using algorithmic data within their management information systems to optimise the deployment of manpower. This ensures compound and workshop resources are fully utilised.

"Proactive planning between BCA Vehicle Services, Bristol Port and the car manufacturers allows BCA Portbury to process vehicles quickly and efficiently.”




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