The FREE training is provided at no cost as a community service by the National Auto Body Council.
Collision and automotive repair shop owners and professionals can view demonstrations and applications of innovative tools, products and services from Kent’s problem-solving experts.
The dinner provides an opportunity for business owners in the auto body and collision repair industry to network with other successful business owners and thought leaders in a uniquely Californian setting.
The CEOs of I-CAR and ASE will give details on collaborations between the organizations that will benefit technicians, students, schools and the industry.
BASF will also provide a comfort and lounge area on the show floor during the Expo August 11-12.
The panelists will discuss the realities faced by the collision repair industry in the 21st Century.
Attendees will have an opportunity to take a ride in this hydrogen-powered vehicle and learn more about its technology.
The panel will discuss how the automotive industry and the U.S. government are working to protect the safety and welfare of consumers and repair businesses.
The Mobile Work Station has been popular with the auto body repair industry for over 20 years for its quality and productivity.
With two exhibits on the floor, Car-O-Liner will promote both automotive and commercial vehicle solutions.