This inaugural program includes:
- Dean Hancock, Collision Advice – Heavy–Duty Damage Analysis
- John Spoto, 3M – Working Smarter, Not Harder Through Consistent HD Repair Procedures
- Mark Hawkins, Redline Detection – Quickly Find Hidden Leaks in Heavy-Duty Trucks, Causing Power, Performance, Fuel Economy and DPF Regeneration Issues
- Dave Scribner, Car-O-Liner – Opportunities in Heavy-Duty Truck Collision Repair
In addition to the training classes, a number of companies exhibiting on the show floor will highlight their heavy-duty solutions, including Car-O-Liner, ProLine, Yukon Gear & Axle, Pro Spot International, NAPA, GYS Welding, BASF, Audatex, Bad Dog Tools and many others. Registration for any of the heavy-duty classes includes access to the expo where visitors can see live demos, test drive the 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks, attend OEM and I-CAR training and more.
Dan Risley, ASA president and executive director, stated, “Many of our collision repair and service company partners support the heavy-duty market and we’ve had numerous requests for training programs in this area. We are excited to launch our first classes in Anaheim during NACE | CARS 2016 this August. We have presenters with a wealth of knowledge and experience they’ll be sharing with shop owners and managers. This is just the start of a growing program.”
Registration for the heavy-duty programs is open at NACEexpo.com or CARSevent.com along with all other events taking place during NACE | CARS 2016 Aug. 9-12 in Anaheim. These include the CIC summer meeting; the CREF Golf Fundraiser; CAA programs; I-CAR classes, training and demos; NABC, SCRS Board and open meetings; and featuring NACE | CARS 2016 Conference and Expo from Wednesday through Friday (expo Thursday and Friday only).
Now in its 34th year, NACE | CARS 2016 will feature numerous opportunities for technical training, business education, demonstrations, networking and technology showcases for stakeholders, owners, managers and technicians in the collision and service repair industries.