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CIC's "Class A" shop definition transitions to "minimum shop requirements"

Thursday, January 3, 2013 - 18:49
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At the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meeting in Las Vegas in November, the CIC Definitions Committee introduced proposed changes to the existing CIC Class A Shop Requirements. This change is in response to many industry stakeholders concerns voiced at the 2012 CIC planning meeting that the document needed a thorough revision.


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The Definitions Committee set out to work on a revision and to take input from all industry professionals in line with the organization's mission, which is: "The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) is a forum where collision industry stakeholders come together to discuss issues, build broad understanding, find common ground and communicate to the industry at-large, findings and possible solutions."

The Committee is looking for review and final suggestions to help edit and improve the document so that it best serves the industry. Those interested in submitting suggestions or comments can do so by sending an email to either Chris Evans or Ron Guilliams.

Click Here to access the draft document. All presentations and future meeting information is available on the CIC website at www.ciclink.com.

 

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