Tuesday, 09 June 2015 00:00

SCRS Welcomes First Corporate Paint Booth Manufacturer - Garmat USA

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) announced their newest corporate member on June 9: Englewood, Colorado-based Garmat USA (Garmat).

Garmat is the first paint booth manufacturer to join SCRS as a corporate member, the highest level of support for both the organization and the collision repair industry it represents.

Garmat USA paint booth

"Garmat USA has been a supplier to the automotive industry since our inception, so it is just a natural fit for us to support the mission and vision of SCRS," Garmat's marketing director Debbie Teter said. "Being a member also allows us to be part of the solution for the problems faced by the industry.  Working together with body shop owners and other manufacturers can only strengthen the voice provided by SCRS."

Since its inception in 1988, Garmat USA has introduced technologies that have revolutionized the refinish industry and its growth is directly attributed to its commitment to innovation and quality.  With patents on Accele-cure® air accelerator system and the integrated mechanicals found in their Tier and Frontier product lines, Garmat USA strives to create equipment with production enhancing attributes, energy efficiencies and environmental friendly features.

Garmat also annually honors one the industry's best paint technicians with its Sharp Shooter award, emphasizing the kind of quality, service, safety and productivity SCRS seeks to promote.

"Garmat's products, distribution network and design assistance make it a respected and proven manufacturer for collision repairers alike, and SCRS is proud to partner with such an innovative, customer-focused company," SCRS Board Chairman Andy Dingman said. "As new materials demand greater painting and refinishing technique and shops demand greater productivity for their customers and bottom lines, we look forward to keeping collision repairers ahead of the curve."

For more information about SCRS, www.scrs.com

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