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These classes are part of the official SEMA New Products Training that features product training by manufacturers separate from the trade show floor.
ITW Evercoat announced product-training demonstrations at SEMA 2015 to help body shops improve productivity. These classes are part of the official SEMA New Products Training that features product training by manufacturers separate from the trade show floor.
“Body shops today are looking for ways to maximize resources and improve productivity,” said Marvin Gillfillan, vice president and general manager of ITW Evercoat. “At SEMA this year we are demonstrating innovative products and processes that improve the overall repair process with fewer steps and increased quality. These include Evercoat exclusive technologies that are on the cutting edge of the collision repair industry.”
Two classes will be held, focusing on two separate dent repair topics. One class will focus on advanced body filler technology, and the second class will feature plastic repair methods. The dates and times for the classes are as follows:
- “Increase Body Shop Productivity Through New Body Filler Technology” – Nov. 3 at 2 p.m.
- “Plastic Repair Products and Practices” – Nov. 5th at 1 p.m.
Both product-training sessions will take place in the New Products Training Stage, Room S230 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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