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New Chain Hierarchy at BCA

New Chain Hierarchy at BCA

The automobile, fleet and transport industries will be incredibly excited to know the changes that the colossal BCA have made to their own infrastructure on an operational day-to-day level. BCA, who annually deal with more than three and a half million different vehicles per annum, are giants of the transportation world, and have revealed changes in their way of organizing things so as to ensure that clients operating fleets of transport vehicles as well as manufacturing entrepreneurs feel that they are getting the attention that they require from the BCA services.

Having established four different processes between when a vehicle takes off from one destination in the world to its arrival and unloading in the next, the BCA services hope that their efforts to improve communications and contact with fleets will result in better services for all involved. Through the combined services of BCA Vehicle Services and BCA Fleet Solutions, the company will be able to handle its organization and management of more than 1 million different transporters per annum.

It similarly means that it will be able to organize its base of 25 de-fleeting sites better in the years to come. Based all over the country and with the capacity to deal with more than 700 different carriers, BCA will certainly have its hands full throughout the year and it is felt that with the company’s new plans and alterations to its original structure will put it in very good stead for the challenging years ahead. With the increasing of transport networks around the country, it is more important than ever that service providers such as BCA are as efficient and organized as possible, particularly over the next few winter months where treacherous weather conditions and slippery road services will undoubtedly have an impact on BCA’s services to its clients. All in all, it is hoped that BCA will pull through these challenges as a result of its hierarchical alterations.

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