Baker's Collision Repair Specialists Recognized by Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network

Baker’s Collision Repair Specialists Recognized by Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network

Baker’s is one of only two collision repair facilities that have obtained this recognition within the state of Ohio.

Steven Archer with General Motors presented the official Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network (CARN) plaque to Baker’s Collision Repair Specialists in Mansfield, Ohio, on Aug. 18th.

The Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network is a highly certified group of collision repair facilities authorized to repair Cadillac mixed-metal aluminum vehicles. These authorized facilities meet all tooling, equipment and Genuine Parts requirements to help ensure proper repair of aluminum vehicles. The facilities also maintain a staff of repair technicians who are trained in the latest Cadillac aluminum structural repairs, body procedures and technology for vehicle repair.

Baker’s is one of only two collision repair facilities that have obtained this recognition within the state of Ohio.

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