Toronto Ontario — CSN Collision Centres signed five new locations this month, as Canadian expansion picks up steam. The additions come as CSN looks to solidify itself as the preferred option for independent and banner repairers who are interested in joining a network to secure their future in the increasingly competitive collision industry, says the network.
“We know that our model works and more and more we’re seeing independent and banner facilities embracing the way CSN approaches the collision business,” said CSN Collision Centres Vice President of Sales, Larry French.
CSN Collision centres added in April 2021 include: CSN Auto Shoppe in Camrose, Alta., owned by Lift Auto Group; CSN Drayton Valley in Drayton Valley, Alta., owned and managed by Megan & Ken Willows; CSN Pete’s in Peterborough, Ont., owned by Kevin Carlaw; CSN Huntsville in Huntsville, Ont., owned by Kevin Carter; and CSN Retouche Rapide in Saint Eustache, Que., owned and managed by Sylvain Laforme.
The network’s total footprint in Canada has now increased to 211 locations and with a number of additional prospects in the pipeline, CSN anticipates the trend to continue throughout 2021.
“This has been a great month for sure, but we’re not finished yet,” said French. “Our growth target is aggressive, and we’re going to use this momentum to maintain our trajectory. This month is a sign of things to come for CSN.”