CarGiant and Aston Barclay have entered into a two-year remarketing contract which will see the independent auction specialist sell over 24,000 of the car supermarket group’s unwanted part-exchange vehicles.
Aston Barclay will handle the preparation and remarketing of CarGiant’s unwanted vehicles at its Chelmsford site and supply a complete remarketing solution for the used car supermarket through its physical and digital channels as part of the agreement.
Over 1,000 used vehicles will feature in the site’s Monday and Wednesday sales each month
John Forsdyke, vehicle purchasing director for the top ID50 used car supermarket, which stocks over 10,000 vehicles at its headquarters at White City, West London, said: “We’ve been extremely impressed with the continued excellence of Aston Barclay’s service and performance. They always go that extra mile to exceed our expectations. It was only natural to continue our existing Aston Barclay relationship.”
Martin Potter, Aston Barclay’s group operations director said: “We have built up a strong buyer following for Cargiant’s part exchanges at Chelmsford over the years which has helped achieve consistently strong prices and conversion rates. We are very proud of our business partnership with Cargiant.”