Dave Hardester Joins Spanesi, Forms Capital Collision Equipment

Dave Hardester Joins Spanesi Americas, Forms Capital Collision Equipment LLC

Hardester has more than 40 years of experience in the collision industry, including all phases of collision repair in the shop level and also 30-plus years in equipment sales in the Mid-Atlantic market.

Tim Morgan, managing director of Spanesi Americas (left), and Dave Hardester.

Spanesi Americas announced that it is expanding its distribution team to better serve its customers and the collision industry.

“We are extremely pleased to announce that Dave Hardester has joined the Spanesi team,” said Timothy Morgan, managing director of Spanesi Americas. “Dave will be distributing the complete Spanesi product line in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia and Southeast Pennsylvania as Capital Collision Equipment LLC. “I have previously worked with Dave for 15 years and know that his experience in the collision repair industry will be extremely valuable as we continue to grow and provide exceptional products and service to our customers and the collision repair industry.”

Hardester’s more than 40 years of experience in the collision industry includes all phases of collision repair in the shop level and also 30-plus years in equipment sales in the Mid-Atlantic market, where he provided support, in-shop training and technical services to his customers.

“I’m very pleased to be joining with the Spanesi organization,” said Hardester. “Looking to the future of collision repair technology, Spanesi is a leader in innovation, and having a complete product line helps my customers who have relied on me for over 30 years for equipment and support.”

Hardester and Capital Collision Equipment can be reached at (443) 271-5566.

For more details about Spanesi Americas products and solutions, contact Timothy Morgan at (224) 772-6374 or [email protected].

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