News Archive 2013

Tuesday,August 06,2013
When a heavy-duty truck is damaged in a collision, the most economical way to repair the frame is often to pull or push the damage out.
Canadian collision repair shop owners who want to save money and start earning a profit from their equipment as soon as possible can lease Chief Automotive Technologies products
All customers who buy Chief Automotive Technologies computerized measuring systems are now eligible for six hours of free in-shop training.
Chief University, the training arm of collision repair industry leader Chief Automotive Technologies, has added 14 classes
Randolph McGinty, a collision repair instructor at Universal Technical Institute's Houston campus, is the first person to complete every course offered by Chief University.
The new EZ Liner Express tower extension from Chief Automotive Technologies improves pulling angles by adding 18 inches of clearance between the frame rack and vehicle

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