Car-O-Liner to Exhibit OEM-Certified Equipment at NADA Expo

Car-O-Liner to Exhibit OEM-Certified Equipment at NADA

Car-O-Liner will highlight OEM-approved equipment with the new GM-approved adaptor kit for the Cadillac CT6.

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Car-O-Liner announced it will be exhibiting in booth no. 1267C at the NADA Convention & Expo April 1-3 in Las Vegas.

Car-O-Liner will highlight OEM-approved equipment with the new General Motors-approved adaptor kit for the Cadillac CT6. They will also have a CT6 body-in-white anchored to a BenchRack frame alignment system. The universal anchoring solution, EVO, provides strong, easy-to-use fixturing and holding for multiple OEM applications. The BenchRack frame alignment system’s precise machine-milled surface provides the foundation not only for no-slip anchoring, but also for accurate measuring using the Car-O-Tronic Vision2 electronic measuring system to validate the fixture to OEM specs.

“With vehicles becoming more complex, it’s critical to have equipment that works with multiple OEM vehicle designs,” said Mark Weinmann, OEM account manager for Car-O-Liner. “And with the stringent deadlines to move repairs quickly through the collision center, maintaining a consistent workflow is a necessity. Car-O-Liner products not only meet OEM approval, but are also designed for repair accuracy and efficiency. All of our equipment is technician-friendly to keep your employees working effectively, with less effort and with improved cycle times in order to maximize the return of this important profit center for your dealership.”

Car-O-Liner will also display their line of MIG and spot welders.

Car-O-Liner representatives will be available in the OEM and program partner booths: General Motors LLC (no. 2529C), FCA U.S. LLC (no. 5314N) as well as Dealer Equipment and Services (no. 2245C).

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