Team PRP
Team PRP defends aftermarket and recycled automotive parts after a report on alleged steering of customers by insurance companies on Anderson Cooper 360 showed them in a negative light. 
Chief University
Chief University introduces Aluminum Damage Analysis and Repair Technology, a one-day class covering aluminum forming methods and metal characteristics, damage analysis, repair decisions and techniques for working with aluminum vehicle components.
Martin Senour Paints
The Martin Senour Company announced its 2014 second quarter training schedule, with courses running from April 1-June 30, 2015.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey has teamed with National AutoBody Research to sponsor the VRS Ray Gunder Real-Time Labor Rate Survey in New Jersey.
Consolidators need independent shops to help surpass the coveted $1 billion mark in sales, but they are afraid of independents because they lack experience.
Pete Rudloff
As modern technicians, we already need to know how computers work in order to diagnose networking issues, but tomorrow’s technicians will need to understand computers at a whole new level of wireless communication.
Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes
Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes announced its annual Associated Products Vendor Award winners.
AASP/NJ announces the addition of “Steering: A Legal Perspective,” at this year’s 38th annual NORTHEAST 2015 Automotive Services Show.
Five panelists and a moderator will address “Validation of Collision Repair Workmanship: What should OEMs consider? What do shops hope to avoid?” at the NASTF Spring 2015 meeting in Secaucus, NJ.
Mike Bryan
Mike Bryan, vice president of the collision division with Marx Group Advisors, spoke with the launch of the new division and what is driving industry change.