In a separate transaction completed earlier today, ABRA acquired Blue Hen Collision Express repair center in Dover, Delaware. Details of the deal were not disclosed. Today’s growth activity will bring ABRA’s national repair center count to 332 in 24 states.
This latest expansion doubles ABRA's footprint in the Northeast to a total of 24 repair centers just six months after entering the region.
ABRA’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Duane Rouse said the company is pleased to be in a position to significantly increase its footprint and looks forward to initiating its highly customized integration plan.
“The Northeast presents tremendous potential for continued and controlled growth despite being a very new market for us. We carefully consider the brand fit and reputation each time we grow and I am confident these additions will continue to drive success for us and our business partners in these states for years to come.”
CollisionMax Auto Body and Glass Chief Operating Officer, Pat Beavers states the company is eager to begin the transition to ABRA in the coming weeks. “For the past thirty years we have built our reputation around excellent customer service and a high quality repair, each of which is well aligned with ABRA’s mission. This transaction will bring increased opportunities for our communities, business partners, and team members alike.”
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