I-CAR Accredits DeVilbiss SprayMaster Curriculum

  DeVilbiss Automotive Refinishing has been accredited by the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) as an Industry Training …

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Graph Showing Aluminum Penetration for Closures & Complete Bodies
Photo: Ducker Worldwide

Study—Truck Parts to be 75% Aluminum by 2025

A study by Ducker Worldwide predicts that truck parts will be 75 percent aluminum by 2025. In fact, complete aluminum-bodies are projected to comprise 18 percent of all light


CAIW : Steps to Success

Orla McGregor is the Manager of Commercial Auto SAB for Intact Insurance in Calgary and also the President of the Insurance Professionals of Calgary. Orla McGregor began her career


OARA Working with Moe: Regulation Heading our Way?

The auto recycling industry across Canada plays a significant part in the end-of-life vehicle process, depolluting cars in an environmentally responsible manner and getting parts ready for their


DesRosiers: Measuring Change

A closer look at the collision market in Canada. One of the dynamic and entertaining speakers at this year’s CCIF event in Toronto was Andrew King, Managing Partner at


Mitchell Industry Trends Report

  Mitchell has prepared Volume 14 of the Industry Trends Report. It focuses on physical damage to an automobile and contains a section about the Canadian Collision Industry. In that sector,


Sherwin-Williams Ecolean Workshops at Racing Facilities

  Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes announced its EcoLean Collision Services Level 1 workshop will be held June 17-18, 2014 in tandem at both Joe Gibbs Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing


Around the World: Made in the UK

Learn from the mistakes and successes of markets beyond our borders. Doug Kirk, Global Services Support Manager, AkzoNobel, flew in all the way from the UK to share his

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Strategies: Network Marketing Among Global Players

We mighn’t be in the Olympics, but whatever business you’re in, you are likely to be competing with the best the rest of the world has to offer.


Canadian Repairable Ticket Value

VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE  BIG WAVES IN THE NEAR FUTURE  According to Mitchell, the Average Canadian Repairable Ticket Value in 2014 was $3,453, representing a very modest uptick over