Car-O-Liner Company, a leading global provider of collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket, worked closely with Toyota who decided to invest in state of the art collision repair equipment when they chose the Car-O-Liner brand for their new Plano, Texas facility.
Car-O-Liner’s local distributor in Texas installed the latest frame straightening, three-dimensional measuring and universal anchoring equipment at Toyota’s new headquarters, which comprises a 100-acre campus. Once the equipment was installed, Car-O-Liner experts held a comprehensive training session for Toyota employees. Now, as Toyota collision technicians come on board, they will receive hands-on training on Car-O-Liner equipment.
“Car-O-liner has provided us with excellent product support in our training facilities” said Michael Kramarz of Toyota Motor North America.
“We are pleased and honored to be part of Toyota’s new world-class facilities,” said Mark Weinmann, Car-O-Liner OEM Account Manager. “Thanks to a great team that included employees from Car-O-Liner and Toyota, the installation and training sessions went smoothly, and the equipment was up and running faster than anticipated.”
Car-O-Liner’s OEM Training Facility Program currently provides equipment, along with training and maintenance/service for 3 facilities across the country.
Car-O-Liner Company, a subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated, is the leading global provider of high-quality, technologically-advanced collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket. For more than 40 years, the company has supplied the industry with innovative solutions, technical development, and customer support. The groups brands include Car-O-Liner, Josam, TruckCam and Car-O-Liner Academy. The Car-O-Liner headquarters is located in Gotheburg, Sweden. The company has subsidiaries in Sweden, Norway, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Singapore and India, Thailand and China and sells through local distributors in more than 70 countries.