Toronto, Ontario — SATA Canada has announced the departure of the company’s general manager, John Turner, effective today. Joern Stoever from the German parent company will serve as interim manager, said SATA Canada. “Working closely with the Canadian market during the last eleven years has allowed Mr. Stoever to already build a solid working relationship […]
Toronto, Ontario — It’s about that time again–time for Collision Repair mag’s weekly Can You Believe This?! clip! This week, see what happens when you walk your SUV like a dog; witness some strangely wrinkled panels; discover the reason we have roll cages and much, much more!
Toronto, Ontario — In this weekly Tuesday Ticker, two German OEMs sign deals to access Canadian metals, while Honda reportedly considers the viability of its Chinese supply chain. Double deals for Canada Both Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen Group signed deals with the Canadian government last week. The newly-inked agreements will see the automakers secure access to […]
Give ‘Em Hail: MPI sees 250+ hail claims from Thompson storm; travel/lodging for required repairs not covered
Thompson, Manitoba- A hail-producing thunderstorm in Thompson, Manitoba earlier this month has created over 250 damage claims filed with Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) The claims come from an August 8th storm which damaged hundreds of vehicles. Hailstones from the storm were reported to have been as large as eggs, resulting in over 16-17 times as […]
By Andrew Marsh Collision repairers around the world share a deep passion for doing the job right and doing it well. Each repair is a vehicle restoration – from minor damage to major rebuild, and each one is slightly different. There are due processes especially if external partners are involved in the start date and […]