Leading online classic car auction house, The Market, has completed its most successful year to date, with a relocation to a new 13,000 square foot global HQ in a move designed to bring a host of benefits to buyers and sellers of classic and collectible cars.
The company has relocated to Milton Park, the technology, science and business park located just off the A34 in Oxfordshire.
Tristan Judge, director, The Market, said: “The move to new facilities is an incredibly exciting and important step for us. We’ve already developed an enviable reputation for giving users the best online experience possible and we’re now making a significant investment to back this up with a similar, industry leading physical experience too.”
In addition to housing new offices for The Market’s growing team, the new facility also includes enough space to store more than three times as many cars as its previous facility. It will also have a dedicated photography studio, vehicle detailing and customer lounge areas, ensuring that both cars and customers are given the very highest levels of care and attention with its unique Concierge service.
Tristan added: “As well as being able to physically store more cars, the new facility should help us return more money back to sellers for several reasons. Firstly, buyers tend to have greater confidence in the cars that are stored with us. They know that we will have looked over, described and photographed them extensively, which results in much stronger bidding. Furthermore, when cars are stored with us, we’re able to accommodate viewings much more easily than private individuals can, which again leads to more confident bidding.”