Caliber Collision Adds New Locations on the East Coast

Caliber Collision Adds New Locations on East Coast

MSO advances toward 300 locations with acquisition of Cherner Collision Centers.

Caliber Collision Centers announced their expansion in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia with the acquisition of Cherner Collision Centers.

Cherner Collision Centers has been an industry leader for more than 70 years in the Washington Metropolitan area and has seven locations in Virginia, Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area.

“The Cherner Collision Centers facilities and management team perfectly complement Caliber’s purpose, vision and mission within the Mid-Atlantic market,” said Caliber CEO Steve Grimshaw. “Cherner has consistently delivered quality workmanship, unparalleled customer satisfaction and industry-leading operational consistency on the East Coast for decades. We are very excited to add these new teammates to the growing Caliber family.”

Added Jonathan and Andrew Cherner, principals of Cherner Collision Centers, “Our family has built a solid reputation across the Washington Metropolitan area, delivering high-quality workmanship and professional service for more than 70 years. Caliber Collision will offer our associates a bright future as we continue to set the industry standards in customer satisfaction across the communities we serve.”

“Our acquisition of Cherner Collision Centers increases Caliber’s network to 279 locations as we continue to grow into the collision repair provider of choice in every community we serve,” said Mark Sanders, Caliber’s president and chief operating officer.

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