G3 Remarketing has reviewed its appraisal app after hitting 150,000 inspections two years after it was launched.
G3 Remarketing will move its entire fleet over to ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) by the end of the year.
Independent vehicle auction company, G3 Remarketing, has announced a record-breaking year for the business in 2018.
G3 Remarketing has launched a self-appraisal app, enabling motor finance customers to create and submit their own in-depth evaluation reports.
G3 has reported a 14% uplift in hammer value figures for the first quarter of 2018, and is on track to top £80 million in sales this year.
The G3 Group has announced a number of heavily invested internal technology innovations, in preparation for further growth in 2018.
G3 Remarketing has announced the launch of its first 30-point vehicle assured check.
G3 Remarketing has agreed a new vending deal with Motability Operations, adding a new element to the firm’s bi-weekly Monday auction.
G3 Remarketing has appointed Chris Lamb to manage a new communications department.
The G3 Group is on the recruitment hunt following a record year in business and plans to increase turnover by a further 30% in 2017.
Auction and asset management provider the G3 Group has appointed a new director as part of its expansion plans.
The independence of UK car auctions is at risk, Matt Dale, director of vehicle remarketing specialist G3 has warned.
G3 Remarketing is to further expand its remarketing offering, two months after securing a contract with national car supermarket brand, Available Car.
G3 Remarketing is to launch its first physical car auctions in Leeds next month.
New data from G3 Remarketing shows that the city and small vehicle segments have performed well again in December.
Average fleet prices dropped £201 month on month in November to £8,545, according to G3 Remarketing.
Fleet and lease vehicles values dropped in the second half of October due to an increase in volume and reduction in appetite, according to G3 Remarketing.
New data from G3 Remarketing shows fleet and lease vehicles values still remain strong, with the average fleet prices around £8,987.70.
Non-maintained fleet and leased vehicles which are presented at auction without a full service record are losing up to £390 per vehicle and up to 5% of their value, according to G3 Remarketing.
There has been large increase in the number of dealers buying via online auctions, as confidence grows in this digital channel, according to G3 Remarketing, which disposes vehicles direct from fleet operators, finance houses and leasing companies.
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