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Fix Auto Requires I-CAR Training
July 27, 2011 by Auto Service World

Fix Auto, one of North America’s largest networks of independent collision repair centres, is now requireing at least one person per location to reach a specified level of I-CAR training.It made an announcement to its affiliates across Canada.“Fix Auto moves

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SEMA Show Website Receives Major Overhaul
July 7, 2011 by Auto Service World

New tools and capabilities enhance planning for visitors.

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Mitchell Names Tim Malone Director of Collision Sales & Service for Canadian Market
June 15, 2011 by Auto Service World

Mitchell International, Inc., a provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the property and casualty claims and collision repair industries, has announced the appointment of Tim Malone as director of sales & service for Mitchell’s Canadian operations. He will

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LGM to Provide Appearance Protection for BMW and Mini in Canada
June 13, 2011 by Auto Service World

LGM, a supplier of extended warranty, credit insurance, wear protection and automotive theft deterrent products, announced that it has again partnered with BMW Group Financial Services Canada to offer consumers the new BMW and Mini Appearance Protection program. BMW and

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Xinyi Auto Glass to Serve as Silver Sponsor for Auto Glass Week
May 6, 2011 by Auto Service World

Xinyi Auto Glass (North America) has become a Silver Sponsor in this year’s unprecedented Auto Glass Week event in Memphis, Tenn., in September.“Xinyi Auto Glass (North America) is thrilled to take part in Auto Glass Week. We look forward to

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SPX Launches New Chrysler OE Service Information Website
February 24, 2011 by Auto Service World

SPX Service Solutions, selected by Chrysler Group LLC as the administrator of the new Mopar TechAuthority website, has recently launched a revamped, global website: techauthority.com. the official source for all Chrysler Group LLC vehicle service information and supplies.The enhanced site

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Event Chairmen Appointed for Automotive Service & Repair Week 2011
February 15, 2011 by Auto Service World

Automotive Service & Repair Week (ASRW) 2011 has announced that Ron Nagy, AAM, president and owner of Nagy’s Collision Center, will serve as the event chairman for the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE); and Mitch Schneider, AAM, owner and

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NASA’s Toyota Study Finds Electronics Not Behind Unintended Acceleration
February 9, 2011 by Auto Service World

An investigation by NASA engineers has found that faulty electronics were not behind Toyota’s unintended acceleration incidents.“NASA found no evidence that a malfunction in electronics caused large unintended accelerations,” said Michael Kirsch, principal engineer and team lead of the study

Get Outstanding Dry Times and More From Montana's New PE1500 2.1 VOC Speed Clear.
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Get Outstanding Dry Times And More From Low VOC Speed Clear
January 20, 2011 by Auto Service World

Designed for panel and multi-panel use, the Montana PE1500 Clearcoat offers outstanding dry times for a speed clear when applied over a properly applied basecoat colour and meets Canadian VOC regulations.PE1500 increases productivity by maximizing vehicle throughput. The company reports

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AIA Canada Announces New Director of Public Affairs
January 4, 2011 by Auto Service World

Automotive Industries Association of Canada president Marc Brazeau has announced that Joel Bernard has assumed the position of director, public affairs, effective January 1, 2011. Bernard, a fluently bilingual native of New Brunswick, joins AIA following a successful career in government

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David Barbeau Joins Marx Group Advisors as Executive V.P.
December 22, 2010 by Auto Service World

Seasoned Delphi executive brings more than 30 years of automotive aftermarket management and financial expertise to the firm’s work in mergers and acquisitions

Scott Smith will be leaving the AIA at year's end.
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Automotive Industries Association of Canada Key Government Liaison Leaving at Year’s End
December 13, 2010 by Auto Service World

Automotive Industries Association of Canada’s director of government and industry relations, Scott Smith, will be leaving the association at year’s end.Smith has spent the past seven years providing the AIA with advice and guidance on a number of industry and