The families were nominated by nonprofit charitable organizations in the Southern California area.
SEM’s booth will show how to reduce repair steps, waste, and time to decrease cycle time and increase throughput.
The families were each nominated by nonprofit charitable organizations in the southern California area.
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.
Handed out since 1984, the award recognizes true collision repair “visionaries” who have experienced great success through innovative thinking, overcoming challenges and persevering.
Industry Panel to Discuss Importance of Pre- and Post-Repair Scans, Calibration/Recalibration at NACE | CARS
Mike Anderson will lead the panel in a discussion that will attempt to reduce the friction between shops and insurers by educating attendees about what does or does not need to be done and when.
At this year’s event, several of the world’s leading automakers will join experts in vehicle security, telematics technology, and diagnostics and repair to discuss how advanced technologies, connectivity and the Internet are changing modern automobiles.
The complete NACE | CARS 2016 OEM Training schedule has been released.You must be registered for individual education session or super pass for admittance.