Carubba Collision Continues Expansion in Western New York

Carubba Collision Continues Expansion in Western New York

Over the past year, Carubba Collision has increased its footprint in Western New York by adding four new operations and locations, including operations in Jamestown and Syracuse.

carubba-collision-logoJoseph Carubba, president and CEO of Carubba Collision Corp., announced that Carubba Collision has acquired Collision Pro of North Buffalo, N.Y. Carubba Collision will now operate at the acquired location in North Buffalo.

The new shop is the former location of Collision Pro of WNY, which has been in operation in North Buffalo for the past 16 years. Former proprietor Joe Chimento, who has been in the body shop business for 30 years, will be retained by Carubba Collision.

“Our acquisition of Collision Pro is a very exciting opportunity for our company,” said Carubba. “Collision Pro has a great reputation and we intend to continue that high level of quality auto body service under the Carubba Collision brand.”

The Carubba Collision’s new Rosalia Street location will retain the four employees who previously worked for Collision Pro. The new facility will eventually include an Enterprise Rent-A-Car operation onsite. Also included onsite will be multiple insurance companies to handle all customer claims.

“I’m looking forward to this new opportunity and becoming part of a winning team at Carubba Collision,” said Chimento.

Over the past year, Carubba Collision has increased its footprint in Western New York by adding four new operations and locations, including operations in Jamestown and Syracuse. They now have eight locations with ten production facilities.

You May Also Like

Consolidator Report

Consolidation news from the week of June 10.

QCG Acquires Philip Thearle’s Autowerks Collision Center

Quality Collision Group has acquired Philip Thearle’s Autowerks Collision Center of Santee, Calif.

Read more here.

Crash Champions Continues Florida Expansion

Crash Champions has acquired Liles Collision in Ocala, Fla.

Top 5 Stories of the Week

A recap of the top five stories on bodyshopbusiness.com during the week of June 10.

Collision Careers Enhances Web Presence, Debuts New Video

The updated website now includes career path details and downloadable resources for parents, educators and school advisors as well as a new, engaging video.

SUN Collision Brings Back Thank You Thursdays Sweepstakes

SUN Collision is celebrating Automotive Service Professionals Month in June with the return of its “Thank You Thursdays!” sweepstakes.

Snap-on TSS Onsite at SkillsUSA in Atlanta

Snap-on Total Shop Solutions (TSS) products will be on display and included in the competition at the 2024 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference June 24-28 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Related Articles – NABC to Host Third Golf Fundraising Event of 2024 – Honda Starts Production on 2025 Honda CR-V Fuel

Other Posts

Spanesi Offers Technical Training at U.S. Headquarters

Spanesi is offering training courses from factory-trained individuals at its U.S. headquarters in Naperville, Ill.

SCRS Announces Repairer Driven Education Registration Now Open

RDE is the most comprehensive collision repair education series of the year, delivered live at the SEMA Show and then made available online for the industry.

IIHS Survey: Most Drivers OK with Anti-Speeding Tech in Vehicles

More than 60% of drivers would find it acceptable if their vehicle provided an audible and visual warning when they exceeded the posted speed limit.

TEXA Releases IDC5 CAR 76.6.0 Software Update

Innovation of the TEXA IDC5 software is focused on new vehicle coverage as well as new diagnostic feature functionality.