SikaPower line expands with SikaPower-477 R

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Madison Heights, Michigan — August 22, 2016 — Sika Automotive has added a new “crash-durable” structural repair adhesive to its SikaPower line.    The new product, SikaPower-477 R, is designed for aftermarket body shop repair applications. According to Sika Automotive, the new adhesivers delivers performance similar to that of adhesives applied during OEM assembly. High […]

Customer connection: Fix Auto launches mobile estimating app

Fix Auto has recently launched the Fix Auto Mobile Estimate App.

Montreal, Quebec — August 22, 2016 — One of the keys to success is to make it easy for your customers to do business with you. Fix Auto Canada has taken a leap forward in connecting with customers with the launch of the Fix Auto Mobile Estimate App.    The announcement was made by Carl […]

Brigitte Pesant joins AIA Canada as Director of Collision Programs

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Ottawa, Ontario — August 22, 2016 — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) has announced changes to its management. Leanne Jefferies, who has served for three years as AIA Canada’s Director of Collision Programs with responsibility for the management of CCIF, will be leaving AIA Canada at the end of August 2016. AIA Canada manages […]

Okanagan College celebrates 25-year relationship with Toyota Technical College

Students from Toyoto Technical College and officials from from Okanagan College and Toyota Technical College gather to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the program that sees Japanese students travel to Canada for collision repair training.

By Mike Davey Kelowna, British Columbia – August 22, 2016 — It’s a relationship 25 years in the making. The first students from Toyota Technical College arrived at Okanagan College in 1992 for a summer program dedicated to collision repair training and improving their English skills. Twenty-five years later, the relationship has only become stronger. […]