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AN OPEN DIALOGUE WITH
SATA CANADA

Join us for a conversation with John Turner, GM of SATA Canada

about sata canada

When glossy surfaces are of utmost importance, painters swear by SATA.

SATA spray equipment has been available in Canada since the 1980s. SATA products are designed and manufactured in Germany allowing demanding customers worldwide to obtain the ideal tools to create perfect finishes.

SATA says it set the standard for paint spray guns, cup systems, breathing protection, filter technology and accessories. The company’s close cooperation with painters from various trades and industries as well as its research and development departments with application technicians from the leading paint manufacturers allow us to produce superior products of the highest quality.

The company boasts an impressive 1,395 sq. m. headquarters in Vaughan, Ontario, including offices, warehouse and training centre.

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panelists

John Turner, general manager for SATA Canada, has a wealth of experience in providing quality products to Canada's collision repair community. With more than 20 years experience in the automotive sector—including running his own shop—plus 40 years in sales, Turner knows the ins and outs of what makes a collision centre run smoothly, and what products a facility needs to reach its maximum potential.
John Turner, GM SATA Canada
Allison Rogers is a reporter and editor with Media Matters. She reports on the collision repair industry daily and regularly contributes to the company's host of magazines, including Collision Repair magazine, Bodyworx Professional, Canadian Auto Recycler and Collision Quebec. Allison is also the host of the Collision Repair magazine podcast, Industry Insider.
Allison Rogers, Collision Repair magazine
Max Reid is a reporter and podcast producer with Media Matters. He reports on the collision repair industry daily and contributes to a number of Media Matters publications, including Collision Repair magazine, Bodyworx Professional, Canadian Auto Recycler. Max is also the host of the Collision Repair magazine podcast, Industry Insider.
Max Reid, Collision Repair magazine

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