Mitchell has announced the availability of its Industry Trends Report (ITR) for the third quarter of 2012. Mitchell’s quarterly publication has served the auto physical damage collision and casualty industries with emerging industry trend highlights and key performance indicators for more than a decade. The Auto Physical Damage edition of the third quarter
Materials with different thicknesses will now be used in Steel GMA (MIG) Welding Qualification Series, and new online Steel GMA (MIG) Welding Theory course launched.
Survey shows insurance company reimbursement rates lagging behind collision center costs.
Telephone survey conducted by Nebraska Auto Body Association indicates steering and insurer reimbursements are also high on repairers’ list of concerns.
Industry’s most notable women honored in San Antonio during annual I-CAR Industry Event and Collision Industry Conference.
For the second consecutive year, Lancer Insurance Company has been named one of Ward’s Top 50 performing companies in the U.S. property casualty insurance industry. In the July 17 announcement, Ward Group Partner Jeff Rieder noted that the 50 companies selected, which include Chubb Group, Progressive Insurance Group, USAA Group and The Travelers Insurance
GAINSCO Auto Insurance has selected Mitchell as its new long-term provider of auto physical damage claims processing solutions. Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, GAINSCO will implement Mitchell WorkCenter Total Loss, developed in conjunction with customer satisfaction and vehicle pricing expert J.D. Power and Associates, as well as Mitchell’s repairable estimating and reporting solutions.
CSi Complete announced that it has entered into a partnership agreement with TenPoint Insurance Solutions of Cincinnati, Ohio, a company that offers IT and business process outsourcing services to the property and casualty insurance industry, some of which require call center support. “This relationship is an excellent complement to our strategy of being a valuable
Seminar on Sept. 21-22 will focus on how to run a collision business without third-party interference.
Milestone reached through recent donation of $450,000 in software subscriptions.
Jessica Crowley and Kristina Shaver earn WIN memberships, trips to NACE at national trade skills competition in Kansas City.
Bill would impose limits on OEM collision part design patents to allow aftermarket part manufacturers to produce wider range of parts.