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New look for BCA

BCA has rebranded its centres in Edinburgh and Glasgow as BCA Scotland following a strong 2007 where the company nearly doubled its business from corporate volume sellers.

Stuart Beith, regional operations director for BCA’s Scottish centres, said: “Volume business has grown dramatically in 2007 and we are bringing business over the border because of the buying power we are generating.

“We have superb facilities here in Scotland, following Glasgow’s rebuild in 2000 and Edinburgh’s refurbishment this year. We are attracting new vendor customers, including Lex and LeasePlan, keen to make the most of the demand.”

BCA Scotland sells five days a week with a sales programme offering wide choice and availability. Popular sections include dealer sales from Pendragon, Taggarts and Evans Halshaw, while fleet and finance sellers include Bank of Scotland, Black Horse and Police authorities.

The new-look centres sport a logo with the Scottish Saltire and Beith is third generation in the auction industry, after father Alex and grandfather Angus.

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