In a world of increasing ADAS implementation, we are going to have fewer cars to repair due to fewer car accidents. That means fewer cars to fix and is a possibility that can keep any auto body shop owner up at night.
When examining solutions to increase production in the paint shop, all the emphasis is placed on the paint booth. The paint booth is the most noticeable piece of equipment in the shop, the most expensive, and the one that can make or break production. The right paint booth solution and paint shop layout can increase your throughput and keep your productivity goals on track. But there is still another area where productivity gains are easily found, and that is in the prep area.
Open any collision industry trade magazine or peruse the latest Repairer Driven News and you may run into a "who pays for what" article. Typically, these articles revolve around opportunities for shops to get paid for non-included operations that other shops usually do not think to charge.
3 Best Ways Body Shops Can Improve Cycle Times
The body shop business is evolving ever year, and yours should, too. Here, we have the 3 best ways body shops can improve cycle times.
Three Trends To Squeeze More Profit Out Of Your Collision Repair Shop
Over the last few years, there’s been a steady shift in the U.S. collision industry. A lot of it has to do with the technology coming out and making things easier. But another has to do with the change in focus by shops.