Caliber Collision of Redlands, Calif., Moves to New Facility - BodyShop Business

Caliber Collision of Redlands, Calif., Moves to New Facility

New 71,000 square-foot production center will double capacity of operations.

Caliber Collision has announced that it will double the capacity of its Redlands operations with its move to a new, state-of-art collision repair facility located at 450 Nevada Avenue in Redlands, Calif.

The new 71,000 square-foot center features the latest in collision repair technology and equipment, state-of-the-art customer service systems, and energy efficient, green technologies throughout its operations. The new production facility is twice the size of Caliber’s previous Redlands location.

“We’ve only moved a mile-and-a-half away,” said David Goldstein, Caliber Collision vice president of operations, “but this relocation gives us increased capacity to ensure we deliver the highest quality repairs in the industry while quickly restoring Redlands customers to the rhythm of their lives.”

“Our Redlands customers should expect a seamless transition to our new location and will continue to benefit from Caliber’s expert auto body repair and finish, quality auto glass repair, free estimates, and a lifetime Caliber Collision warranty on our award-winning work,” said Rusty Rauls, Caliber Collision regional manager for the Inland Empire.


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