Arrow Auctions
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motor auction: 01527 510 923
Arrow Auctions
Arrow Auctions

Next Motor Auction

Wed
May 3rd

Wed, May 3rd 2017
Auction Starts: 6:00pm
For further information please visit the motor auction dates page.

Vehicles to include:
• Main Dealer Part Exchanges
• Free parking for up to 200 visitors
• On site catering facilities
• Pay by cash, debit & credit card
• New stock arriving every week
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Motor Auction

Motor News

Main Dealers Enjoying Strong Results
Posted January 5th by admin

Our main agent clients continue to see strong residual prices for their trade vehicles through Arrow Motor Auctions.

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High conversion rates
Posted January 1st by admin

Recent sales have produced high conversion rates due to continued demand for clean part exchange vehicles.

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Next General Auction

Tue
May 9th

Tue, May 9th 2017
Auction Starts: 6:00pm
For further information please visit the general auction diary page.

Lots to include:
• modern long case clock
• garden stoneware
• assorted bikes
• jewellery
• wicker conservatory set
• Royal Doulton figures
• tools
• Large quantity of bikes
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General Auction

General News

Going Green…
Posted February 4th by admin

With today’s environmental concerns and to help keep our costs low, we have installed a new solar system at our Redditch headquarters which will generate roughly 43000 kWh per annum.

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HM Revenue Contract…
Posted August 19th by admin

We are proud to announce that following an extensive and detailed tender process, our recent success in winning a further 3 year contract (with an option to extend) from HM Revenues & Customs.

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Company Profile

Arrow Auctions is a privately owned company that was established in 1979 at its original premises of Arrow Road, Redditch, Worcestershire. Its primary aim was to provide valuation and auctioneering services to a wide and varied selection of commercial and private clients.

In the early years sales were held monthly and were usually a mixture of general and commercial items; however within a year these had progressed to weekly sales to encompass not only general household items but industrial auctions of plant and machinery, catering equipment, government supply furniture and stock liquidations. Read more…