Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Wednesday, Aug. 21 that global automotive supplier Vuteq USA plans to invest more than $60 million to open a manufacturing facility to serve the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing U.S.A. auto assembly plant in Huntsville, AL.
The first day of school is often frowned upon by students. It is the official end of summer vacation, which means it’s time to hit the books once again.
CARSTAR, North America’s largest premier network of independently owned collision repair facilities, announced the opening of CARSTAR Alan Conner Collision Center, located at 2584 Gayton Centre Drive, Richmond, VA, 23238.
The Boyd Group Inc. (the “Boyd Group”) announced on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the acquisition of two collision repair centers in Alabama.
A Sandy Springs, GA, man was recently sentenced to federal prison for his part in a fraudulent auto financing company.
The Steve Serra Automotive Group has donated $100,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama (BGCCA).
A substantial round of layoffs at Nissan won’t affect the plant in Canton, MS.
The former owner of Riverside Chevrolet in California will not be able to sell cars again, under an agreement reached with the State to bring a close to a fraud investigation.
The Volvo Group on June 28 announced plans to invest nearly $400 million over six years to upgrade its New River Valley, VA, plant that produces all Volvo trucks sold in North America.