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Gerber Collision & Glass Acquires Three Repair Centers in Hawaii

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The Boyd Group Inc. announced the acquisition of three collision repair centers in Hawaii.

This marks the Boyd Group’s entry into its 30th state in the U.S.

 

These locations in Kaneohe, Wahiawa and Waipahu previously operated as Sigs Collision Centers, originating in 1976 in Waipahu and under most recent ownership since 2006. The Wahiawa location was added in 2007 and Kaneohe in 2017.

 

All are on the island of Oahu, which is the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands and home to approximately 1 million people, about two-thirds of Hawaii’s overall population. A five-hour flight west from Los Angeles, Oahu is home to Honolulu, the largest city in Hawaii and the state capital, in addition to Pearl Harbor and the iconic Waikiki Beach.

 

Kaneohe is approximately 12 miles northeast of Honolulu and one of the largest residential communities on the windward (eastern) side of the island. Kaneohe is along Kaneohe Bay, which is known for calm water and popular for boating, fishing, diving and kayaking.

 

Approximately 21 miles north of Honolulu, Wahiawa is in the “central valley” area, located between the two volcanic mountains that comprise the island. Wahiawa is surrounded on three sides by Lake Wilson and accessible by two bridges. Many U.S. military facilities are nearby including Schofield Barracks, which in itself is larger than Wahiawa.

 

Waipahu is located approximately 15 miles northwest of Honolulu and just north of Pearl Harbor on the northern shore of both Middle Loch and West Loch (lakes) of Pearl Harbor.

 

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