Industry Events (366)
Over 300 insurance adjusters from ten carriers had the opportunity to see the latest techniques and technology in collision repair last month at a seminar produced by Toby Chess, I-CAR Chairman for Los Angeles County.
NACE organizers have made official what has been rumored for months now: Starting in 2004, the collision repair convention will be held in early November each year in Las Vegas during Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week.
Several new programs and special events, including 16 new educational sessions, advanced product-specific sessions by ADP, CCC and Mitchell, as well as an Automated Claims Processing Town Hall, will be offered at NACE in December. Congress session tracks have been newly-defined as Shop Management, General Interest, Small Shop, Vehicle Repair, Lifestyle and Jobber to more specifically focus on attendees' particular business needs.
Toby Chess, a training consultant with 30 years of experience in auto body repair and for many years a columnist in Autobody News, needs your help! Together with Hawaii shop owner March Taylor, he is putting together a book for distribution at the CIC meeting in Boston on the use primers, plastic fillers and sealants.
When Chuck Sulkala told his wife he was making another 10-day trip to Taiwan to tour factories producing non-OEM parts, her response was just one word: Why?
Automobile designers can expect car buyers of the future to abandon the conservative, comforting colors of the past few years in favor of more lively, exuberant and exotic colors. That's the prediction of color experts at BASF, a leading maker of automotive coatings.
As emcee Jeff Hendler kicked off the third annual Collision Industry Night of Achievement last month in Orlando, Florida, he said one thing linked all of those who would receive an award that evening.
An Arizona group has announced plans to support legislation in that state to stop insurance companies from acquiring body shops.