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Marshall’s Silver Street links with Manheim Bristol

Following the acquisition of Silver Street Automotive's Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda businesses, Marshall Motor Group is expanding its programme with Manheim.

The auction group’s Bristol centre will receive up to 50 cars per week from Silver Street, with sales taking place every Monday.

Chris Sheppard, group commercial director at Marshall Motor Group, commented: "We are delighted with the service we have received from Manheim since we launched our auction programme last year.

“We have been able to create a loyal following at Manheim Colchester and Mansfield, so have no doubt that Bristol will provide the same quality and service offering to Marshall and the buying community in the South West.”

Brett Henderson, auction centre manager at Manheim Bristol, added: "The Marshall Motor Group and Silver Street Automotive brands are well-respected in the South West and we expect to see a strong mix of buyers attending the sales online and in-person.”

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  • Graham Miller - 14/04/2013 09:39

    Marshall's loves it customers but not its staff-staff turnover is at an all time high and staff morale an all time high-the directors breath fear down onto the staff at all levels-not a good place to work using bullying tactics to its staff to rip customers off-the sooner the Marshall family realise what is going on and wake up and take control again the better-the company will be £££££'s better off

  • Mark Ingleby - 23/04/2013 20:39

    It's the best place to sell dealer part exchange cars in the South West and South Wales. Manheim Bristol has the location, the logistics, and most importantly the friendly knowledgeable staff, Manheim have worked very hard to make Bristol the place for the motor trade to buy stock. Where else can you regularly find 500 dealer part exchanges on a Thursday and a Monday .