The new GM collision certification program will build on current training — and tools — focused programs, but it is much more comprehensive, adding standards for pre- and post-repair scanning, calibration, and overall repair.
Among the supporters of NACE Automechanika 2017 in Chicago is Toyota Motor North America, who will be providing training, industry insight and one-on-one opportunities to connect with their team of experts.
The Steel Market Development Institute honored the Volvo Car Corporation body structure team with its Automotive Excellence Award for its advanced high-strength steel (AHSS) innovations in the 2016 Volvo XC90.
The New Methodologies for Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conference will address the immediate challenges for OEMs in modeling and simulation and provide best practice solutions for reducing the gap between simulation and testing.
Renowned collision industry consultant Mike Anderson will again be tackling the industry hot topic of vehicle scanning, with a deeper dive into what is required and how to make sure your shop is prepped during NACE Automechanika 2017.
Two PPG collision centers — Karl Malone’s Body and Paint of Draper, Utah, and Puente Hills Auto Body of the City of Industry, Calif.,— have received the 2016 Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year Triple Crown Award.
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