BCA has launched a new regular programme of commercial vehicle sales at three of its locations.
Building on its existing auction calendar, BCA is staging additional sales at Blackbushe, Glasgow and Wolverhampton, creating the capacity to offer more than 2,000 vans a week.
These sites already held a weekly sale, but now also host an extra sale every fortnight.
Additional sales were added at Manchester last year and BCA now stages at least one LCV sale across its network every day.
BCA said the new programme is already generating records, with Blackbushe setting a new volume benchmark by offering 663 vans on one day and selling 560, and BCA Glasgow selling a site record of 300 LCVs in one week.
Digital buyers have been particularly active, with 47% of all vans sold in January being bought through BCA Live Online.
BCA managing director for UK remarketing Stuart Pearson said: “The new auction calendar offers more choice to our buyers and a more frequent selling platform for our vendors.
“At least one LCV sale takes place within the BCA network every day, with additional sales being added to create capacity for the growing volume.
“This also allows our customers the chance to turn their inventory more efficiently and provide our buyers with more choice, with every sale available to remote bidders via BCA Live Online.
“With BCA retaining and winning more LCV business nationwide, we are now able to offer a significantly increased volume of stock through our enhanced sales programme.
“The combination of physical and digital sales means that buyers can source the stock they need in the most time- and cost-effective manner, whatever their location.”