IBIS USA session two offers insights into optimum repair environment
- April 25, 2022
- Posted by: Salih Tahir
- Category: Content Updates
Calling attention to the harsh realities of vehicle technology on bodyshop operations, the Session Two of #IBISUSA2022 will focus on the repair-related hurdles that bodyshops now face due to continuing advancement of new vehicle technology. Seeking an answer to what the optimum repair environment should be, Session Two will offer insights into the effects on process flow, space needs, workshop footprints along with equipment and training requirements.
All this with an all-star panel of speakers – Dirk Fuchs, Director, Technical Programs & Services, I-CAR; Bud Center, Director, Technical Products & Curriculum, I-CAR; Dean Fisher, President, Driven Collision; Dean Ricciardulli, VP of Global OEM Relations, Repairify Inc; Andy MacDonald, Global Body Repair Program Senior Manager, Lucid Motors; John Van Alstyne, CEO, I-CAR; and Jeff Peevy, Vice-President, Technical Products, Programs and Services, I-CAR will take the stage to share their expertise and experiences with the select audience of IBIS USA 2022.
Do we need to say more? Make sure to attend this insightful session if you want to be aware of and well-prepared for the challenges ahead.
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