Sterling Autobody Centers Opens New Ontario, Calif., Store - BodyShop Business

Sterling Autobody Centers Opens New Ontario, Calif., Store

Sterling Autobody Centers has relocated its Ontario, Calif., store to a new,16,000-square-foot repair facility at 1830 East Cedar Street.

“In 2008, we initiated a network configuration strategy which included upgrading current marketplace locations, as well as increasing our footprint by adding new stores,” said Nick Notte, Sterling Autobody president. “It’s rewarding to see this strategy continue to play out with the opening of our Naperville, Ill., and Oakland, Calif., stores earlier this year, and with the relocation of our Ontario facility. The Ontario move is yet another step in ensuring that consumers have a convenient, quality repair option in a facility that complements our lean manufacturing tenants. This is an exciting time for Sterling Autobody, and we look forward to announcing additional Sterling locations in the coming months.”

The new Ontario location features the use of air respirator systems and waterborne paint.

Employing 23 technicians and front office staff, Sterling Autobody Ontario is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

In addition to the new Ontario location, Sterling currently operates repair facilities in the following California locations: San Jose, Placentia, Fountain Valley and Oakland.

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