Certified Collision Group Adds 24 New Locations

Certified Collision Group Adds 24 New Locations

CCG now operates in 39 states with more than 550 locations and 50 vendor provider partners.

Certified Collision Group (CCG), the OE certifications and KPI-focused solutions provider to the collision repair and insurance communities, has announced the addition of 24 new locations in the first month of 2021.

“With the coming of the new year, CCG is very mindful of the increasing challenges facing repairers nationwide,” said Marty Evans, chief operating officer of CCG. “We are also acutely aware that the highly reputable, OE-certified, customer-focused independent operator is vital for consumers; CCG will keep leveling the playing field for those operators so they can compete.”

These 24 new locations are located in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina and Wisconsin. CCG now operates in 39 states with more than 550 locations and 50 vendor provider partners. The focus remains providing the insurance community with a sustainable alternative that is differentiated by 2,500-plus OEM badges and the best KPI results.

“The extraordinary support of our vendor providers and insurance partners allows us to continue delivering stability and long-term profitability to our best-in-class independent affiliates,” said Evans. “We remain bullish on opportunity as we expand our internal team and infrastructure to maintain our position and outperform the marketplace.”

For more information on CCG, visit certifiedcg.com.

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