Arslan Automotive was one of a number of vendors exhibiting at the Cars and Technology Showcase this year. (Photos: Huw Evans)
A wide variety of the latest industry tools and services were on display at the International Centre.
As part of this year’s CCIF Toronto, the popular Cars and Technology Showcase made a welcome return. This year’s event was expanded, due to a new venue at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont.
Present were a number of new vehicles, as well as a whole host of collision industry suppliers, providing information on everything from electric sanders, to state-of-the art measuring systems, refinish products, adhesives and shop software. Collision Management attended and brings you a gallery of highlights from this impressive display.
Arslan Automotive demonstrated its state-of-the art AccuVision-3D Measuring system.
NAPA C-MAX had its whole team in attendance at the Cars and Technology Showcase.
Russell Duncan (left) and Art Ewing, demonstrate Pro Spot’s new i4S Inverter Resistance Spot Welder for the first time in Canada.
Geoffroy Asselin (left) and Gino Buono from Filco with the Car Bench Contact Evolution precision measuring system.
SATA brought along team members from both Canada and Germany. SATA also marked the occasion by auctioning off the very first Canada 150 spray gun.
(Left to right) Mike Potporski, Kevin Heimbuch and Patrick Smart, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes.
Mirka Canada had a full display of sanding solutions. (Left to right) Bob Stracina, Claudio Di Sabato, Scott Savage, and Dave Pilgrims.
The team from Norton St-Gobain (Left to right) Lawrence Morash, Dustin King and Anouar Belganche, with Kevin Creegan, Lord Corporation.
Jordy Fujiwara (left) and Bruce Carrick, Audatex.
The FinishMaster team from Uni-Select pose for a group photo.
(Left to right) Dave Warburton, Normand Cormier and Stephen Embrey, Axalta Coating Systems.
Bill Suzuki (left) and Craig Jalbert, with 3M’s PPS Series 2.0 Spray Cup system.