Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
On Oct. 10, the Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) hosted a training session, “Shop Processes, Culture, and Quality Control While Reducing Liability,” presented by Mark Olson of VECO Experts, at Cabela’s in Charleston, WV.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the acquisition of two collision repair centers in Alabama.
Hilliard L. Gibbs Sr. will celebrate his 90th birthday in a novel way that pays tribute to his contributions to the community.
A second round of scholarships will be awarded this year for 50 students to train for automotive manufacturing careers at Alabama’s community colleges.
Cummins Inc. unveiled its latest innovation, a heavy-duty truck with fuel cell and battery electric power.
The owner of a parcel that might contain his new paint and body repair shop says he’s willing to talk with residents who fear his business will produce noise and pollution and decrease their property values.
Imagine driverless long-haul heavy-duty commercial trucks passing you on the highway. What would you think?
Cordele, GA, police say two people have been charged in connection to the murder of a 24-year-old man.
CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced that Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC will leverage the CCC Promote technology to provide its dealers with a powerful new marketing solution to price and promote parts to thousands of collision repair facilities while estimates are being written.
The red Jeep Grand Cherokee that the whole internet followed as Hurricane Dorian tried to drag it into the ocean will dry dock at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Oct. 17-19 Pennzoil AutoFair in Concord, NC.