Commercial Vehicle Auctions
CVA lead the industry for the auction disposal of light and heavy commercial vehicles and plant. Operating from three specialist hubs in Doncaster, Hemel Hempstead, and Livingston in Scotland we are the preferred choice for hauliers, transport companies, leading food retailers, vehicle rental companies, finance groups, and local authorities for the auction disposal of their assets. CVA has been trading for more than 30 years and our stable and experienced management team has grown our market share substantially in recent years. It is our ability to forge long-standing, mutually beneficial business relationships with our customers that has been the bedrock of our success and will be the key to our future growth.
We are part of the Ballyvesey Group which is an international company with interests in Mercedes, Scania, and DAF dealership groups, trailer manufacturers, and construction equipment sales in the UK and overseas.Visit Website
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