The used car market is predicted to fall to 2.02 million transactions in the first quarter of the year, according to new research from Cox Automotive.
Incident management provider FMG has appointed Dave Parry as its new commercial director, following Harvey Stead's promotion to managing director last year.
Women in the fleet industry are being urged to enter an award being held in the UK for the first time.
Demand for used cars has remained high in October, with strong residual values for ex-fleet vehicles.
Cox Automotive intends to sell its consumer-facing car search business, Motors.co.uk, to eBay for an undisclosed sum.
Aston Barclay has had a senior appointment reshuffle following Adrian Dunbar's newly-created position as group governance manager
Manheim has announced the appointment of Tamara Brown to its sales leadership team.
Cox Automotive and Auto Trader have launched Dealer Auction, a joint venture that provides car retailers with access to vehicle stock through a digital platform.
Demand for used diesel vehicles is growing, with cars attracting higher prices at auctions and selling four days quicker than they did last year.
Following a competitive tender process, Fleet Alliance will manage Manheim’s fleet of 620 company cars.
Dealer Auction has announced the appointment of former TeeBoon as managing director, alongside a management team restructure.
Values for used diesels grew by 5.95% in February, according to Cox Automotive.
Nextgear Capital, the stock funding arm of Cox Automotive, has named Liam Quegan as its new managing director.
Having recently returned from a five-year sojourn in Australia, Mark Hankey is returning to BCA to take on a group business development role.
80% of dealers have seen a change in consumer attitudes towards diesel, and a further 86% say they expect this to continue into 2018
Cox Automotive’s wholesale and retail brands saw a year-on-year increase in sold volume throughout June.
Manheim is to launch a double-block vehicle auction in September - which the company believes will be a UK first.
Cox Automotive’s wholesale and retail brands saw a year-on-year increase in sold volumes in May, with selling prices up across wholesale and retail markets.
Cox Automotive observed increases in average selling prices and incredibly high buyer activity within the used car market in March.
The average price of ex-fleet cars was recorded at £10,202, falling by 3.7% from February 2016,according to Manheim.
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