Advanced Measurement System Welcomes Lee Equipment

Advanced Measurement Systems Welcomes Lee Equipment

Serving Indiana and Illinois, Lee Equipment's two owners enjoy over 40 years of collision and frame experience and know the value of continuous calibration and measurement accuracy certification.

Advanced Measurement Systems, Inc., has announced the addition of Lee Equipment to the AMS distributor network.

Serving Indiana and Illinois, Lee Equipment is no stranger to laser measuring equipment. Both owners enjoy over 40 years of collision and frame experience. This father/son team knows the value of continuous calibration and measurement accuracy certification, so they’re excited to represent AMS.

“As distributors get to know more about our latest innovations, they want to join the team,” said Bill Mitchusson, sales manager for AMS. “We are thrilled to have Lee Equipment on board with all their direct frame and shop experience. We love having so many experienced distributors help us get this new technology out there. We still have a limited number of protected territories available.”

SPECTRE is AMS’s latest innovation being launched at SEMA. It’s a cordless Bluetooth laser measuring system that can actually certify measurement accuracy. Also, it’s the first battery-operated laser measurement system in history, eliminating cables and providing unprecedented versatility. Small, powerful and portable, Spectre can be easily used from two-post estimating through blueprinting and repairs.

Visit AMS at booth nos. 51103 and 10669 or visit for more information.

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