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Car-O-Liner Florida Expands Warehouse and Training Center

The facility includes 7,750 square feet, of which over 5,000 square feet is climate-controlled for warehousing equipment, clamp rentals and parts, and general office space.

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Car-O-Liner, a global provider of collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket, announced that Car-O-Liner Florida, a U.S. distributor of Car-O-Liner collision repair systems to customers located on the west coast of Florida, Bermuda and the Caribbean, has opened an expanded warehouse and training center in Plant City, Fla.

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The facility includes 7,750 square feet, of which more than 5,000 is climate-controlled for warehousing equipment, clamp rentals and parts, and general office space. A 420-square-foot classroom seats 12 students, and the hands-on area includes a Benchrack, Vision and a twin post lift with M-802 for measuring. Car-O-Liner Florida will lead monthly I-CAR training classes as well as courses on frame alignment, measuring and welding.

Steve Smith, owner of Car-O-Liner Florida, has been a Car-O-Liner distributor for 25 years and considered every detail during the expansion of his building, from the epoxy-coated blue floor to the lounge decorated with automotive memorabilia – an ideal location for customer meetings and events.

“The new building design maximizes space for efficient order fulfillment and customer relations, as well as practical hands-on product interaction and classroom curriculum,” said Smith.

Added Doug Bortz, director of sales and marketing for Car-O-Liner, “Car-O-Liner Florida is committed to supporting their local customers through this expanded facility. The additional footprint reinforces the strong customer service realized by our Florida customers, and we are proud of Steve’s dedication to Car-O-Liner.”

For details on the training courses held at this location, view the training schedule at www.car-o- liner.com.

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