Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
Seven Collision Care Auto Body Centers in the Philadelphia area have been acquired by Caliber Collision Centers.
H&V Collision Center has joined as a sponsor of the Tri-City ValleyCats for the 2016 season of the two-time New York Penn League champions.
Father and son, Carmen Scro, Sr. and Carmen Scro, Jr., in the auto body shop, 1976.
Credit: The Sparta Independent
On June 1, Carl’s Auto Body on West Shore Trail closed its doors after doing business in Sparta for 44 years.
Carubba Collision of Buffalo, NY and the Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) were recently awarded for their collaboration in developing a partnership to aid students.
Brad Denning, the owner of Dobbs Autobody in Springfield, NJ, describes his Globaljig SuperRotax Presented by Chief as the "Big Daddy, the V-12, the Rolls Royce" of straightening systems.
Brad Denning, 56, owns Dobbs Autobody in Springfield, NJ and has been working in the collision repair industry since he was 21. However, he realized much earlier in life that fixing and restoring cars was going to be his calling.
Caption: L to R: MBA Vice President Steven Pazienza, Moorestown Auto Body & Car Care owner Craig Dennin, and MBA President Don Powell
Photo by Tom Sheckels
You might hope you won’t have to visit Moorestown Auto Body and Car Care, a Lenola district anchor business that has provided expert automobile body repair and reconstruction for decades. But when the need arises, customers are grateful for the proficiency and attention to detail they receive in the hands of Craig Dennin and his staff.
Moyer's Auto Body of Clearfield is celebrating its 40th anniversary. L to R: Owner, Jim Moyer; head painter, Dan Smith; and office manager, Lori Smith.
Photo by Sherry Glace
It’s quite an accomplishment to stay in business for 40 years, and Moyer’s Auto Body has done just that.
Career & Technical Education Center at Sullivan BOCES Inducted 40 students into the National Technical Honor Society. (Photo: BOCES Caeer & Tech)
The Board of Cooperative Educational Services is pleased to announce that forty Career and Technical Education students were inducted into the National Vocational Technical Honor Society.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane's office recently announced the filing of a civil lawsuit against a Dauphin County man alleged to have advertised the sale of more than 30 vehicles over the past year without being properly licensed.
Photo: EHS Today
Dent Wizard International Corp. is facing $51,000 in penalties for multiple safety failures at its Manheim, PA location. OSHA issued 31 serious and nine other-than-serious health and safety citations on June 1.
Cape Auto Body, located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, was established in 1952.
More than a decade ago, Cape Auto Collision Center in Plymouth, MA, began hiring co-op students from local technical high schools to help in the body shop.
Car-O-Liner, a global provider of collision repair solutions to the automotive aftermarket, has announced that Metropolitan Car-o-liner, the first-ever U.S. distributor of Car-O-Liner products, is expanding its territory.