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body shop

a place where the bodywork of motor vehicles is built or repaired
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In a DRP, carriers identify and contract with body shops that are able to perform high-quality repair work.
The Axalta Paint and Refinish Apprenticeship Programme has been designed to help apprentices working in UK body shops develop valuable new skills, techniques and technology expertise that will help them to work quickly and productively.
Since the C30 shares most of its underpinnings with the S40 and V50--built on Ford's P1 C-segment platform--it utilizes the same body shop as its two siblings, although the C30 requires an additional 2,400 spot welds.
Over the next few years, body shops will need to invest in new equipment and training to repair the latest generation of vehicles, but many are making too little money to afford that investment.
In one case, thieves took a front floor mat, which Graybill said might indicate that a body shop is making repairs to cars damaged in front-end collisions.
Policyholders are given a list of participating body shops to choose from if they decide to use the optional Door-to-Door Service.
BodyShopBids is a Chicago-based startup that provides a Web and mobile platform to connect consumers who need auto body repairs with body shops through a unique bidding system.
As a leading automotive coatings provider in the market, Axalta is proud to be able to provide quality coatings such as the Cromax family of refinish products and excellent color technology to enable body shops to better serve our customers," explained Axalta's Passorn Iriyapichart.
Acres were devoted to dismantling cars and then selling the parts to individuals and auto body shops.
The lynchpin for both makers are body shops that replace inflexible hard tooling with robots capable of quickly adapting to build new models.
The feedback from consumers and body shop owners alike has been incredible, and we are excited to build on our initial success.
The other difficulty is that the body shops themselves provide inadequate on-the-job training particularly in new technologies and processes.