Classic Collision acquires three georgia body shops

Classic Collision Inc. Acquires Three Shops in Northern Georgia

MSO now has 14 facilities throughout Northern and Central Georgia.

Classic Collision Inc., a privately-held operator of high-volume collision repair facilities in Northern and Central Georgia, announced it has acquired three additional facilities in the north Georgia market, bringing its total number of locations to 14.

According to a statement from the company, Classic Collision is recognized by consumers and the collision repair industry as one of the premier auto body repair companies in the southeastern U.S., and is known for delivering high-level customer satisfaction while maintaining cost and operational consistency.

“Our family-owned business is celebrating our 35th year,” said Manfred Kammerer, Classic Collision’s owner and president. “Our 14 locations employ over 500 citizens. We’ve added five new locations in 2014 alone. With the recent investments made relative to our infrastructure, we feel we are well poised to maintain that pace of growth over the next several years.

“One of the most satisfying aspects of our growth is watching members of our team rising to the challenge and opportunities that growth affords an organization. Classic Collision will continue to pursue high quality locations and people as we strive to reach our goal of becoming a top-notch 21st century organization.”

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