Service King Inks Partnership with Washington D.C.'s Precision Collision

Service King Inks Partnership with Washington D.C.’s Precision Collision

With the merger, Service King’s third of 2016, the organization will now provide customers and business partners with three repair centers across the greater D.C. area.

service-king-logoService King Collision Repair Centers announced it has partnered with single-shop operator Precision Collision in the Washington-Baltimore metro area.

Officials representing Service King and Precision Collision mutually agreed upon and finalized terms of the acquisition Feb. 5th as Service King will commence operations of the repair center in Lorton, Va., immediately.

“Service King and its team aligns seamlessly with the staff vision and mission of Precision Collision,” said Precision Collision Owner Robert Plate. “That’s what makes our team so enthusiastic about this partnership. Service King’s 40-year reputation of providing superior repair services coupled with the support of a national footprint provides our team and customers an unmatched foundation of resources to continue serving our customers. We’re thrilled about this next step in our journey.”

With the merger, Service King’s third of 2016, the organization will now provide customers and business partners with three repair centers across the greater D.C. area.

“This is another proud step forward for our family of repair centers and our teammates in the Washington D.C. market,” said Matt Robbins, Service King market vice president. “The team at Precision Collision has a long history of providing the area’s best repair service, and we’re honored to partner together in that effort. We look forward to a long journey together under the Service King banner.”

Precision Collision has served the Lorton community since 1982 and currently has the capacity to repair 300 vehicles per month.

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