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Partridge of Hampshire appoints BCA

Date: 05 December 2017

Partridge of Hampshire, a family run, independent retailer representing BMW and MINI in Chandlers Ford, has partnered with BCA in an exclusive remarketing deal that includes the adoption of BCA Dealer Pro.  
Stock at Partridge of Hampshire will be sold in weekly sales at BCA Paddock Wood commencing on 5 December, with 15 to 20 vehicles offered every Tuesday. All cars will be pre-sale prepared and eligible vehicles will be offered under the BCA Assured scheme.
Partridge of Hampshire is also adopting BCA's Dealer Pro, the cloud-based car appraisal tool that uses an iPad-ready application to enable dealers to efficiently manage the part-exchange process and maintain their inventory at the touch of a screen.  The dealership team can access all details on part-exchange vehicles on-site in real time, ensuring retail opportunities are not missed.  

Peter Van Blommestein, general sales manager, Partridge of Hampshire, commented: "BCA makes the remarketing process more efficient and professional and, with the added benefit of BCA Dealer Pro, provides us with a comprehensive programme to remarket over-age vehicles and the non-retail part-exchanges we generate."

Adam Lish, national account manager for BCA, said: "We are delighted to announce this partnership with Partridge of Hampshire to remarket a superb selection of stock at BCA Paddock Wood every week. We look forward to working with Partridge of Hampshire to drive efficiency and improve performance throughout the remarketing process."