Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Georgia Gov. Brian P. Kemp announced March 10 that KIRCHHOFF Automotive, a German-based international supplier to the automotive industry, plans to invest $15 million in opening an assembly facility in Gwinnett County.
NextDoor, a private social network, has been around for a decade, but recently, the Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina (IGONC) has received a lot of questions from member shops about the benefits of NextDoor and how to manage their account.
On Feb. 11, the Carolinas Collision Association (CCA), the Mississippi Collision Repair Association (MSCRA) and the Tennessee Collision Repairers Association (TCRA) held a joint virtual quarterly meeting to kick off 2021, attracting more than 60 attendees.
With an A+ rating, North Carolina Farm Bureau was ranked first in the nation for ensuring quality repairs and customer service for their automobile insurance policyholders, according to CRASH Network's 2021 Best Auto Insurers By National Grade Report Card.
Maaco Hampton in Virginia proudly donated $1,500 to the Poquoson Police Foundation in honor of one of its K-9 dogs, Rena, who passed away in late 2020.
HGreg.com, one of the fastest-growing automotive groups in North America, has found a new home in the Tampa Bay, FL, area.
Virginians could soon see more electric cars out on the roads.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the opening of a collision repair center in Pensacola, FL.
On Feb. 5, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety sent a letter to the Alabama Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security in support of House Bill (HB) 90.
Steel construction for a new body shop is underway at the General Motors Spring Hill Complex in Tennessee.