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Monday, 25 July 2016 21:07

PA Collision Center Invests $15,000 Annually In Technician Training

Collision Center Invests $15,000 Annually In Technician Training


Alan’s Collision Center, an independent, single-owner Philadelphia auto body repair business, is investing $15,000 annually in technician training to ensure excellence in collision repair services for customers.

The collision repair center sends its technical team to workshops and courses around the country sponsored by I-CAR, Assured Performance Network, Mercedes-Benz, and other private trade schools for the industry. Technicians are trained in advanced auto body repair for welding, paint, frame pulling, alignment, filler and restoration, and more.

"We are committed to collision repair training for our technicians so we can exceed excellence in auto body repair and customer satisfaction," said Jim Pfau, general manager of Alan’s Collision. "Technical training is our differentiator as an independent collision repair center. We remain focused on quality as the industry becomes more disrupted by consolidations, multi-shop operations and direct-repair programs."

Alan’s Collision Center, founded in 1975, is the only certified Mercedes-Benz collision repair center in Philadelphia. Most recently, the business became the only Philadelphia auto body shop recognized by Ford for repair of the Ford aluminum F-150.

The NE Philadelphia collision center is a member of Assured Performance Network and is certified and/or dealer recognized to repair a variety of other original equipment manufacturer vehicles including General Motors, Honda, Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, Nissan, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Toyota, and others.

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