Piscataway Auto Body’s new collision center was built in 1991 to meet the shop’s business needs and keep up with volume demands.
Piscataway Auto Body, an I-CAR Gold Class certified shop in New Jersey, first opened for business in July 1977, when owner Paul Zebro purchased an existing body shop.
Rusty Eck Ford's Collision Center in Wichita, KS values their relationship with AkzoNobel and are happy to be spraying Sikkens as they repair roughly 400 vehicles every month.
Every day is a busy day at Rusty Eck Ford's Collision Center in Wichita, KS.
Inside the Goff's Collision Center facilities
Next year, Goff's Collision Repair Centers in Wisconsin will be celebrating 50 years of business. Angela Goff, who co-owns the MSO with her father, Robert Goff, credits their success and growth to well-trained technicians equipped with the latest technology.
DARCARS painters rely on BASF Onyx HD to produce factory-like finishes on the vehicles they repair.
When it comes to running a successful collision repair shop, there are many important decisions to be made, including the selection of a high-performance paint.
General Manager Stacy Howard at Artistic Auto Body in Oregon is a CCC One believer, because she sees it help her shops every day.
Artistic Auto Body in Portland, Oregon juggles 15 DRPs and repairs 550-600 vehicles every month, rain or shine.
The front entrance of Precision Auto Body, located in Los Angeles County.
As a female shop owner in a male dominated industry, Audrey Coletta has had to go above and beyond to earn respect and maintain a successful business.
BMW of Rockville Certified Collision Repair Center is one of two collision centers owned by Priority 1 Automotive Group.
Priority 1 Automotive Group often tells its customers the company is “driven to excellence.”
Technician at Rydell Collision Center and Glass uses Equalizer tools to fix a windshield.
The Rydell Group has expanded to nearly 80 stores nationally since the family-owned business opened 62 years ago. The mother store, Rydell Collision Center and Glass, is based in Grand Forks, ND.
(l to r) Fred Buchheister, painter at Wreck A Mended, and Jarrod Krumwiede, owner of the collision repair shop, stand in front of their semi-downdraft Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) Ultra® XS paint booth.
Two years ago, Jarrod Krumwiede resigned from his job as a collision repair manager and decided to open his own body shop in Omaha, NE. He named it “Wreck A Mended.”
The Goliath Parts Carts are used to stage and manage parts utilization.
Toyota Carlsbad Collision Center's average tenure for their 65 employees is 15 years.
Family is important at F. Lofrano & Son Inc. Auto Body Repair in San Francisco, CA. The company's five locations are all family-owned and operated, with the third generation of the Lofrano family being a vital component of the shops' success.
A glimpse insde the Red Hill Collision facility.
Five years after moving to Southern California from Cuba, 15-year-old Armando Nogueiras began working at his father's shop. By the time he was 25, he owned his own facility. Today, Armando co-owns Red Hill Collision Center with his son, Christian.
(l to r) Ivan Pino, Pacific Elite and Jorge Chava, LKQ Corporation
Pacific Elite Collision Centers Inc., an MSO operating in Southern California, started working with LKQ Corporation when they opened their doors in 1998.
Ponto’s Auto Service treats the customer as they’d want to be treated.
Rick Ponto, owner of Ponto’s Auto Service in Bradenton, FL, believes that a key to success is providing excellent service at the best possible price.