Jemca Car Group has signed a three year deal with BCA which will see 9,000 cars sold at BCA London.
The group operates seven Toyota and four Lexus dealerships around London. Since its formation in 2003 it has become one of the largest Toyota Lexus groups in the UK.
Simon Boxall, chief operating officer of Jemca Car Group said: “BCA understands we are always looking to push things forward in all areas of our business and look for an efficient and technology-led used car programme. We have built a strong working relationship with BCA, and it continues to deliver market leading results.”
Cars from the Jemca Car Group will be sold at BCA London every Tuesday with all vehicles also available to online buyers.
Alan Dyer, national account manager at BCA, said: “Jemca is a fast-growing business that values BCA’s ability to combine physical and online auction channels to generate the best result, most efficiently. The team at BCA London has worked hard to continue to develop the sales programme to drive effectiveness.”
In April, Motorline signed a two year remarketing deal with BCA enabling 12,500 vehicles to be sold annually at BCA’S Paddock Wood site in Kent.
The partnership will see BCA sell the vehicles every Wednesday at its Kent site, with each car being pre-sale prepared and offered under the firm’s Assured scheme with V5. In many cases, a service history and warranted mileage will also be available, while all stock will be made available to BCA Live Online buyers.
Thomas Obee, chief executive of Motorline said at the time: “BCA offers unrivalled resources and an innovative, joint-up approach to remarketing. We look forward to building an effective remarketing programme that will support Motorline Group’s continued growth.”