ECS Automotive Concepts announced an exclusive Licensing Agreement with Chrysler Group LLC to provide late model (1991-Present) replacement vehicle information labels for the collision repair industry. Chrysler has chosen ECS to manufacture late model OE licensed vehicle information labels for the collision repair industry. Replacement of the safety certification label and tire pressure label allows
The Masters School of Autobody Management announced the availability of serveral courses throughout the U.S. this spring.
The National Research Council’s (NRC) Transportation Research Board has released a study that included a review of automotive electronics safety.
Comprised of the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) and the Congress of Automotive Repair & Service (CARS), ASRW is scheduled for Oct. 10-13 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) reports that this year’s NABC Annual Golf Fundraiser, which serves as the primary fundraiser for the organization, was a “resounding success.”
Gunder’s “pounding the rock” results in State Farm settling two lawsuits he filed on behalf of customers for not paying for what he deemed recommended and necessary repair procedures.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation is calling on the collision industry to support Franklin Technology Center (FTC) of Joplin, Mo., which was completely leveled during the F5 tornado.
VehicleOwnersGuide.com announced that its Estimate Scrubber portal is now integrated with the Database Enhancement Gateway (DEG).
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) and Diamond Standard Parts LLC say they have forged a strategic alliance based on ASA member product liability protection from Diamond Standard.
Effective Friday, Jan. 13, Charter International plc, owner of ESAB Welding & Cutting Products, has been acquired by Colfax Corporation.
During the last five years, The Fristoe Group has conducted platform training for over 1,000 people and provided Human Resource products and services across a dozen distinct industries.
The National Auto Body Council estimates that a growing percentage of technicians in collision and mechanical repair in the U.S. are Hispanic, yet few automotive education and resource tools are available in Spanish.