Toronto, Ontario -- October 13, 2015 -- Reaching for the top in the collision repair business means a commitment to constantly upgrading your equipment. The commitment by itself isn’t enough. You also need up-to-date information on the latest equipment and products to assess what will fill your needs.
Collision Repair magazine is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of our brand new Buyer’s Guide! This new publication will be published annually with the sole purpose of keeping you informed on the latest and greatest in tools and shop equipment for modern collision repair.
Think big. The 2016 Buyer’s Guide will include all the latest entries for pulling, measuring, welding, structural repair and painting. Researching these big-ticket items is vital to making the right decision for you and your staff. But it doesn’t stop there.
Look to the details. This publication will also cover smaller items, such as your consumables. Paint materials, abrasives, tapes and adhesives will all be represented in the pages of the 2016 Buyer’s Guide.
We’ll even go beyond the physical, into products and services that can help to boost your bottom line and cut your cycle time, such as management and estimating systems, as well as other products that don’t take up space but are still vital to the well-being of your business.
The 2016 Buyer’s Guide is your complete manual for everything related to the business of collision repair. Watch for it, coming soon!