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Spicerhaart Part-Exchange upped sales by two-thirds in 2019

Spicerhaart Part-Exchange & Assisted Move increased sales by two thirds (67%) in terms of both volume and value in 2019 compared to the year before.

The business took on two area negotiators during the year in Lucy Folly and Yuella Hutton, who both came from the retail sector.

Folly covers South Yorkshire and the East Midlands, with Hutton managing Kent, Essex and the M4 corridor.

Neil Knight, business development director at Spicerhaart Part-Exchange & Assisted Move, said: “This is the latest in a string of good results for us and we’re expecting this success to continue into the New Year, with more confidence returning to the market and people getting on with moves they may have been putting off.

“We will definitely be looking to bring new people into the team. I believe we offer a very good working environment, with a close-knit team and soon brand new offices as well.”

The business is looking to take on additional negotiators in the New Year and move to new offices in Sheffield.