Collision Repair’s latest issue now available online

By CRM Staff

Peterborough, Ontario — December 18, 2017 — Collision Repair magazine’s latest edition is now available in digital format, with a special look at this year’s outstanding network shops across the country.

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Cover Story
This issue’s cover story looks at Don Morton of Don-Mor CARSTAR, and his mission statement of continuously growing the business. Morton’s story is that of success, and yours can be too. Read all about how Morton grew his business from a tiny cinder block building to a total of 3.2 acres. Morton has never stopped expanding his bodyshop, in fact, just this year, he installed two new top-of-the line spray booths from Global Finishing Solutions. The business holds OEM certifications for KIA, FCA and Ford Aluminum through Certified Collision Care and is currently working on other OEM certifications. Learn more about this success on our digital edition, who knows what you may learn.

Top Talent
The focus on continuous development continues with our Q&A session with Joseph McDougall, Senior Vice President and President of Axalta’s global refinish segment. He explains some of the biggest challenges collision repair businesses are experiencing today, and how bodyshops can get the best out of their employees in a competitive marketplace. Read the full Q&A to find out how you can improve your business.

SEMA Show
Collision Repair magazine caught up with key industry stakeholders at the event, reporting on some of the most innovative products, unique custom cars along with the glamorous awards and events on show. Canada Night was a particular highlight, click through to the magazine and see a snapshot of those that attended the evening.

To read these features, as well as many more, please view our digital magazine.

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