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Spanesi Americas And Certified Collision Group Agree To Strategic Partnership

The agreement calls for Spanesi Americas to be a preferred provider of vehicle repair straightening benches, Touch electronic measuring systems, spray booths, prep stations, mixing rooms, welders and vehicle lifts for CCG and its national collision repair network.

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Spanesi Americas, the makers of OEM approved collision repair equipment, have signed an agreement with Certified Collision Group (CCG). The agreement calls for Spanesi Americas to be a Preferred Provider of vehicle repair straightening benches, Touch electronic measuring systems, spray booths, prep stations, mixing rooms, welders and vehicle lifts for CCG and its national collision repair network.

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“Spanesi Americas provides OEM approved collision repair equipment to businesses across North America in order for them to properly repair damaged customer vehicles,” said Timothy Morgan, chief operating officer and managing director of Spanesi Americas. “CCG provides top-tier independent and MSO shop owners the ability to more successfully compete within the collision repair marketplace. By providing CCG’s network OEM approved collision repair equipment, we support CCG’s mission to provide the tools necessary to efficiently repair vehicles back to OEM standards. It’s exciting to build partnerships with organizations focused on achieving growth through streamlined business processes and reinforcing of the employment of proper repair methods.”

Founded in 1989, Orazio Spanesi built his namesake company into a global leader of collision repair vehicle tools and equipment through innovation and ingenuity. Today, Spanesi’s 360 degree concept consists of complete OEM approved product offerings. The company says collision facilities around the globe have embraced Spanesi’s product lines, which continues to drive the organization’s rapid growth.

“When Spanesi brings new products to the global market, each one has been designed and tested in an operating collision repair facility located on the grounds of the Spanesi factory. This ensures that the only the best equipment is released to our customers,” added Morgan.

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Bruce Bares, CCG president and CEO, said, “Growing into 50 states with solely the industry’s best independent collision repair operators and minds requires us to partner with industry-leading firms, like Spanesi. We are excited about – and certainly appreciative of – the CCG-Spanesi partnership. Knowing that as we continue to methodically, yet quite significantly grow, working with the team at Spanesi is important to meeting best-in-class CCG Affiliate and strategic partner needs.”

CCG Affiliates will have access to facility design services, training and technical support services for all of Spanesi products. Spanesi and CCG will collaborate together to provide a wide-range of equipment opportunities to its growing national network of OEM-certified collision repair centers.

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