Thursday, 05 March 2020 12:07

Join the the 2020 HD Repair Forum for Networking, Education, and Conducting Business, March 24 & 25

Position your business for growth. The 2020 HD Repair Forum has added new partners to network with and help grow your business.

The 2020 HD Repair Forum takes place March 24th & 25th at the Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel. Join the industry for networking, education, and conducting business.


2020 HD Repair Forum Agenda Highlights:


You’re Not Just Welding a Commercial Vehicle

John Spoto, 3M
Brian Wasson, I-CAR

The application of heat compromises metal during the welding process. Understand how metal gets it strength and the impacts welding can have post-repair. Presenters from 3M and I-CAR will provide knowledge on destructive test welds, proper ways to condition and grind welds, as well as what to look for when welding diameter size, and heat effect weld zones.


Understanding Why & When: Steering Gear Troubleshooting & Replacements Post-Collision

Mike Long,
Sheppard Co. Inc.

When a truck is in a collision the steering gear is often over looked in the repair process. This session provides insight as to when steering gears should be replaced, and more importantly why. Troubleshooting of the steering system and repair procedures will also be reviewed.


Heavy-Duty Collision Repair Industry: Statistics in Review

John Webb,
Ten Point Complete

For the first time in history, statistical data specifically geared towards the heavy-duty collision repair industry has been collected and will be presented. This benchmark data will become a staple of the HD Repair Forum and shared with the industry annually, with the aim to provide further insight.


Register Online Today!


The 2020 program will follow a similar format to last year’s event, spanning two days with presentations from OEMs, insurers, and other industry leaders during morning general sessions & afternoon breakout sessions.
Increased involvement from stakeholders across the industry has led to new educational offerings and paths for progress in our industry. Did you hear about the HD Repair Forum's industry committees?


For more information visit: https://hdrepairforum.com.