The two entities say the co-production between Automechanika Chicago and NACE will create a unified stage using NACE’s strong relationships within the collision and OE community combined with Automechanika’s global strength throughout the automotive aftermarket.
The Expo grew by 20 percent over the 2015 event, and more than 7,000 automotive industry professionals visited the NACE | CARS Expo and over 8,000 attended educational programs and related industry events.
Five board members and one spouse – plus two full-time Food Bank volunteers – filled over 500 boxes with essential foods for the Food Bank to give away.
This program marked a milestone in the road to bringing awareness and entrenching sustainability and sustainable business practices into the collision repair industry.
Certification is taking off like wildfire as more and more automakers are taking more of a stake in how their vehicles are repaired once out of the factory.
The industry wants to know, does every car need to be scanned? Does it depend on the year, make and model, severity and type of repair? Why should repairers do this? What is the compensation?
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.
Pro Spot will also be demonstrating their line of products in booth No. 404 at the NACE Expo.
The families were each nominated by nonprofit charitable organizations in the southern California area.
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.