Following six-months at its drop off centre in Leeds, Autoquake has taken on larger site in the city. The new centre will open on June 1 and will increase facilities to aid the rapid re-marketing of ex-fleet models.
The new site has the capacity to store hundreds of vehicles and it has an indoor vehicle centre complete with preparation and valet service. Autoquake also plans to install a purpose built vehicle photo studio later this year.
The company said it aims to expand further across the UK this year, beginning with a west midlands base.
Jeanette Moskovits, CEO, Autoquake said: “We’ve seen phenomenal success across the business over the last six months, with a continued rise in sales as consumer online spend shows no sign of stopping. To meet the high demand from private buyers on quality ex-fleet cars we’ve had to move our operations in Leeds and are on the lookout for further handover centres across the UK.”
“Our relationships with some of the UK’s major leasing companies have proved a big success but with increasing demand from customers we’re looking to set up more partnerships, growing our national operations.”
Autoquake is currently in talks with a number of other top leasing companies featured in Fleet News’ FN50, who are set to sign deals for its services in the coming months.