Carubba Collision has once again expanded operations in Central New York State and in the Capital District area with the addition of a second location in Syracuse and two new locations in the Albany area as the Carubba Collision brand continues to expand and grow.
Service King Collision Repair Centers has officially accepted and welcomed 42 new auto body repair technicians to its growing Apprentice Development Program at locations in five different states across the U.S.
While the landscape of the collision repair industry is expected to grow this year, that growth is likely to come from shops who are able to expand their businesses and open new locations, improve their efficiency and build their insurance relationships.
Service King Collision Repair Centers, one of the fastest growing brands of high-quality automotive repair service in the U.S., announced the organization has finalized a deal to partner with Airport Auto Body located in Aurora, Colo.
Driven Brands will kick off 2018 with a new leader at the helm of its Paint & Collision division – Chris Kozina, Group President, a longtime executive with MillerCoors who brings extensive retail, marketing and management experience to the organization.
Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting, America’s No. 1 auto paint and collision repair provider, announced the opening of a new franchise, Maaco Auto Painting and Collision Repair at 6397 Summergale Dr., Memphis, TN, 38134.
Established in 1968 through the vision of hopeful immigrants, Kniesel’s Collision has grown from a two-car establishment in the heart of Citrus Heights to a six-location enterprise spanning three Northern California counties.
Service King Collision Repair Centers, one of the fastest-growing automotive repair companies in the nation, announced 25 technicians have officially graduated from its growing Apprentice Development Program.
As a certified apprenticeship program, Service King’s Apprentice Development Program positions itself to become eligible to receive federal workforce and education funds to reinvest into the growth of the program.
Mitchell’s new solution will promote and foster the flow of collision data among trusted industry partners, using blockchain technology to provide a highly secure, distributed and advanced encrypted-data exchange between stakeholders.
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