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Ingersoll Rand Donates Tools to the National Museum of Industrial History

NMIH staff and volunteers will use the Ingersoll Rand tools to clean, repair and restore a wide array of industrial equipment ranging from steam engines to textile looms.

Video from Atlas Copco Showcases Head-to-Head Installation Test

Atlas Copco Compressors says a video it produced demonstrates that the Atlas Copco AIRnet aluminum lightweight compressed air piping system can be installed approximately 66 percent faster than an iron compressed air piping system.

TopTech Finder Helps Automotive Repairers Find Qualified PDR Techs, Offers Free Help to Storm States

The website provides an online search engine to connect automotive repairers and qualified PDR technicians.

ASA Members Eligible for Free Account

This specific account is normally $29 per month.

ALLDATA Signs Strategic Agreement With AutoVitals to Enhance Business Solutions Suite

ALLDATA LLC has entered into an agreement with AutoVitals to help repair shops attract and retain customers, the company announced.

Guardian Automotive Expands Distribution Capabilities in Midwest

Guardian Automotive announced the opening of its newest distribution center, located in Cincinnati.

2012 Ridler Award Winner Features BASF Glasurit Paint

The 2012 Ridler Award winner announced at the Detroit Autorama Feb. 26 was the 1955 Ford T-Bird, owned by Dwayne Peace of Tyler, Texas, and painted with BASF’s Glasurit 90-Line Brilliant Red waterborne paint.

Collision Centers of America Selects Service delivers automatic status update messages to customers throughout the repair process and beyond.

Texas Collision Center Donates Vehicle to National Guard Veteran

Without the benefit of reliable transportation, things have been difficult for National Guard veteran John Jones of Hurst, Texas, since he returned from two tours of Iraq. To help him out, Caliber Collision Centers partnered with GEICO to provide a refurbished vehicle for Jones, his wife and two children.

Total Loss Threshold Legislation May Move in Florida Senate

Florida H.B. 885 passed with language that eliminates the current 80-percent threshold for a total-loss vehicle to receive a certificate of destruction, and similar language could be added to the Senate version of the bill.

Roush Fenway Racing Driver Matt Kenseth Finishes First in Daytona in Car Finished with Sherwin-Williams AWX Waterborne Basecoat

In the first “Monday Night NASCAR” race ever held, Roush Fenway Racing’s Matt Kenseth brought home the Daytona 500 checkered flag with a first place finish.

Collision Plus Grows in Southern Illinois

The 9,300-square-foot facility replaces another location in Glen Carbon and joins three other locations in the surrounding area.