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Although the headlines may be filled with stories of ‘dirty diesels’ and car buyers moving to cleaner alternatives, diesel values remain positive with continued used buyer demand, latest BCA figures show.
BCA has appointed Fiona Hall as head of online products in line with its ongoing digital ambitions.
Headline average used car values hit a new record in February while fleet and lease values reached the second highest point on record.
Both fleet/lease and overall auction values rose in January despite rising volumes, latest BCA data shows.
BCA is investing in digital platforms, including a range of apps, to provide a seamless service across the automotive supply chain.
BCA has appointed Matthew Kelly as finance director – group with responsibility for internal and external financial reporting, treasury, taxation matters, internal audit and risk.
Both fleet/lease and overall average values set new records at BCA auctions in October but increasing volumes may take their toll in coming weeks.
BCA’s Steve Paine is take on responsibility for the Bridgwater auction centre in addition to his general manager role at Blackbushe as part of the firm’s growth plans.
Continued used car demand helped push fleet/lease values to a record level in September, according to BCA’s latest data.
BCA’s new 20-acre remarketing and logistics facility at Perry Barr, Birmingham is set to start its first sales from this October as development nears completion.
BCA has appointed former sales director Craig Purvey to the role of chief commercial officer.
August brought strong results in the used wholesale markets, with fleet and lease values hitting their third highest point on record while overall values rose to record levels, according to BCA’s latest Pulse report.
Values in the fleet and lease sector remained at near record levels last month, although model mix and seasonal pressures were in play, reports BCA.
Leasing companies are increasingly carrying out end-of-term inspections with the customer present in a move to minimise customer complaints and maximise the benefits from identifying and repairing damage earlier.