The new Chief Meridian Align system allows collision repair shops to take more control over their cycle times and profitability, easily bringing wheel alignment services in-house with no bay reconfiguration needed.
In a video released the week of April 8, Jim and Mike Ring discuss the growing problem of overseas and domestic counterfeiters duplicating their products and help educate consumers on how to distinguish a genuine Ringbrothers product from a knock-off.
After years in the making, AkzoNobel and celebrity personality Dave Kindig launched a new custom paint line, Modern Classikk Kindig (watch video), in April.
Chief®, one of the world’s most-recognized collision repair equipment brands, has reached an agreement with Celette France SAS, a leading European manufacturer of bench/jig repair systems and computerized measuring equipment.
The 1940 Ford Convertible, “Lucille,” a Goolsby Customs build and owned by Debbie Walls, was awarded the 2018 Street Rod D’Elegance at the Goodguys Del Mar Nationals on April 8.
Symach announced the installation of its FixLine system at Mervyn’s The Body Shop in Kelowna, British Columbia.
B2B Automotive, a marketing firm based out of Klamath Falls, Ore., announced that it has entered into a partnership with Spanesi Americas Inc.
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.
Axalta announced that it is the first company to offer I-CAR's Professional Development Program credit hours to collision repair professionals online.