About Shoreham Vehicle Auctions
A leading Independent Southern Remarketing Centre which was originally Est in 1961 at the ‘Shoreham Lighthouse’ site. Due to growth the business was relocated to the Lancing Business Park.
Since being purchased in 2010 the site has undergone considerable improvements which include a dedicated vehicle appraisal and imaging centre, with ‘de fleet capabilities’. Investment in technology with a fully interactive website which has been totally redesigned to maximise effectiveness and embrace current technology.
Selling vehicles on behalf of our customers who include, leasing and finance companies, franchised and non-franchised dealer groups, charities and local authorities through a range of remarketing services including both physical and online which provide an individual, flexible and personal approach to purchasing. Constant development of Buyer bases in order to maximise the value of assets sold.
Our team of highly experienced and dedicated staff focus on delivering a totally professional personal service.
In 2018 we won ‘Innovation and Remarketing Award’ awarded by Fleetworld, this was as a result of working with ‘The Energy Saving Trust’ team to bring an understanding of ‘Electric Vehicles’ to the market.
We held our first charity Auction in 2011, for our chosen local charity ’Chestnut Tree House’ through the generosity of various buyers, local independent and national dealer groups who generously donated prizes and vehicles which along with a % of our proceeds helped us to raise £1,900 since then we have raised a total of £140,000.00 for ‘Chestnut Tree House’ which has now become an annual event. In 2019 we were the winner of ‘Chestnut Tree House Business Award’.
Our in-house restaurant was taken over by local chef Clay Morris in 2016, since then the kitchen and menu has had a totally refurbishment with the restaurant being rebranded as ‘The Pit Stop’- Pulled pork, Asian Broth, delicious homemade cakes and pastries as well as many more culinary delights can be sampled, not to mention various derivatives of the good old ‘English Breakfast’.