BCA Immingham has processed over 200,000 Kia vehicles since it partnered with the manufacturer in September 2015.
The team in Immingham work on the storage and preparation of new cars, as well as de-fleeted cars.
Commenting on the contract, Paul Bromley, managing director of BCA Vehicle Services said: ‘We placed innovation at the heart of our partnership with Kia. And by investing in new technology, such as RFID inventory management, we have delivered, efficient and smart solution for Kia.
‘We continue to seek new and flexible ways to work with leading manufacturers that need a robust supply chain partner that can provide an integrated solution for new and used vehicles.’
Awais Ajmal, head of supply chain for Kia said: ‘BCA has a commitment to innovation and efficiency that sits at the heart of this contract. As we grow to meet our ambitious plans for Kia in the next few years, it is important that we have a flexible and efficient supply chain partner.’
The Immingham site will play an integral role in Kia achieving their goals in the UK, which includes surpassing 100,000 cars sold per annum by 2020. As such, a significant investment into redeveloping and expanding the site has been evident since the start of the relationship with the Korean manufacturer.
BCA Vehicle Services works with manufacturers to provide the full suite of new vehicle services, including customs formalities and storage, along with volume processing, standard fitment of UK market required items and specialised vehicle conversions.
BCA works on over 3.5m vehicles a year, from cars fresh from the dock, to those recently de-fleeted.
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