"We Don’t Have Time."

Why collision centres are tripping over hours to pick up seconds

what you'll hear:

streaming live!

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secrets from shopowners

The secret to streamlining, LIVE from Maaco Halifax owner Darrell Mackay's repair bay!

banishing bottlenecks

How to diagnose your bottlenecks and define solutions to eradicate delays.

Can't find the time?

The strategies you need to succeed and abolish those excuses!

staying up to standard

Tips to repair it right—back to 100% OEM standards—every time!


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Timothy W. Morgan is the COO and Managing Director of Spanesi Americas, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Spanesi, S.p.A., a global Italian collision repair equipment manufacturing company. In his current role, Timothy has lead Spanesi Americas, Inc. since its inception in 2012 and has grown the organization to include more than 40 regional distributors that provide products and services to over 40,000 collision repair facilities, throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. 

Timothy has over 40 years of experience in the collision repair industry and over 20 years of experience within the collision equipment distribution market. Timothy’s experience with LEAN operations in the OEM based repairs and equipment distribution sector has led to many opportunities including; national and international training, technical support, marketing, sales, and product designs.
Timothy has held numerous positions during his career, including; collision repair technician, collision repair facility manager within a dealership, collision repair facility owner, technical instructor, educator and director of collision repair at a nationally accredited technical college.
Tim Morgan, Spanesi
Darrell MacKay is the owner of MAACO Halifax and touts more than 25 years of experience in the autobody industry. He began in the trade at 18 years old, when his father opened the family's first shop in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. MacKay has held several roles in the industry, including: prepper/masker, estimator, manager and, eventually, owner of his own facility in 2017, when he purchased the business from his father. McKay is certified as an I-CAR Platinum Estimator, I-CAR Platinum Non-Structural technician, and is set to gain I-CAR Platinum Refinish and I-CAR Platinum Structural status in Summer 2021. In September 2019, McKay renovated the existing MAACO Halifax collision centre to add 3,000 sq. ft. of floor space, all new equipment and brand new tools.
Darrell MacKay, MAACO Halifax
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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