Chief Expands Presence in Ontario with New Distributor

Chief Expands Presence in Ontario with New Distributor

Brampton-based Alu Autotech will leverage its OEM knowledge to provide dealers, independent shops and MSOs with the products and expertise needed to return collision-damaged vehicles to manufacturer specifications.

Chief Automotive Technologies announced it has named Alu Autotech its dedicated distributor in Ontario. Alu Autotech is a new company staffed by technical consultants with extensive knowledge of OEM-approved collision repair methods, as well as the tools and equipment required to perform those repairs.

“The Alu Autotech team is going to leverage its OEM knowledge to provide dealers, independent shops and MSOs with the products and expertise needed to return collision-damaged vehicles to manufacturer specifications,” says T.J. Schultz, northern division sales manager for Chief. “The company already has a vast customer network in Ontario, providing Chief with a greater reach than we had in the past. This will allow us to better serve our current customers and get Chief products in front of more potential customers than ever before.”

Alu Autotech operates out of a 3,600-square-foot facility in Brampton, Ontario, that features a training center and demo area. At the facility, customers can try out new Chief collision repair equipment, including computerized measuring systems, welders and shop tools.

Alu Autotech technical consultants Injum Bhutta and Maitland Gillespie can be reached at (905) 458-7888 or [email protected].

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