AkzoNobel chosen for Honda and Acura Collision Parts Program - BodyShop Business

AkzoNobel chosen for Honda and Acura Collision Parts Program

American Honda, representing both Honda and Acura brands, has chosen AkzoNobel and its Acoat selected  Verified Repair Network (ASVRN) to support the manufacturer’s Collision Parts Body Shop Recognition Program.
 
This status is given as a result of AkzoNobel’s ability to provide participating Honda and Acura dealerships the opportunity to:
 
• Participate in Performance Group Programs  
• Assist vehicle owners in finding quality auto body shops for collision repair
• Provide insurance professionals and fleet administrators a reliable source for quality collision repair
• Provide collision center operators access to technical training and management tools for their businesses  
 
“Honda and Acura represent to many the finest in quality, design and driving,” said Tim
Loden, director of marketing for AkzoNobel Car Refinishes Americas. “As the world’s largest coatings company, we are honored that our programs and products can provide answers that enable American Honda to grow their collision repair centers and better meet the needs of their customers.”

For more information about AkzoNobel, visit www.carrefinishes.com.

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