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Monday, 09 January 2017 18:17

Carubba Collision Opens Two New Shops in NY

Carubba Ribbon Cutting Horseheads

(From L to R) Town Councilman Don Fischer, County Legislator Peggy Woodard, Town Supervisor Mike Edwards, Carubba Collision Corp. President Joe Carubba and Carubba Collision General Mgr. Yves Pierre–Louis


Joseph Carubba, president and CEO of Carubba Collision Corp., along with Town of Horseheads Supervisor Michael W. Edwards held the Official Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at their new Chemung County, New York, Carubba Collision shop, located at 131 Philo W Rd. in Horseheads, NY.

The new shop is the former location of the IDM Machine Shop. The building was vacant until Carubba Collision purchased the facility in September 2016.


“We want to welcome Carubba Collision to our town, and we look forward to a long working relationship,” stated Edwards.


The new Horseheads location will employ seven people initially and is expected to add an additional 12 employees within one year once the expansion plans are completed. The new facility also includes an Enterprise Rent–A–Car operation on site. Carubba Collision partners with multiple insurance companies to handle all customer claims.


Oneonta Location


Additionally, Carubba Collision has acquired and is now operating the former Scavo’s Body Shop in Oneonta, New York.


The new shop is located at 86 W. Broadway Avenue in Oneonta, NY, the former location of Scavo’s Body Shop, which has been in operation for the past 65-years. Former proprietor Richard Gravlin, who is retiring after many years in the auto body business, will continue to be an advocate for the new Carubba Collision operation.


The Oneonta location will retain the 15 employees who previously worked for Scavo’s Body Shop and will add ten more people once the facilities expansion plans are completed. The new facility will also include an Enterprise Rent–A–Car operation on site. Also included on site will be multiple insurance companies to handle all customer claims.


Carubba‘s Central New York district manager, Yves J. Pierre-Louis, will oversee operations at the new Oneonta facility. Over the past few months, Carubba Collision has increased its footprint in Central New York. They now have nine locations with twelve production facilities.

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