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Mercedes-Benz Approves PPG ENVIROBASE for Canadian Collision Repairs

Mercedes-Benz has approved the use of the latest generation of PPG ENVIROBASE High Performance waterborne automotive refinish system for Mercedes-Benz Canada’s Approved Collision program.

The formal approval of PPG Envirobase High Performance was recently issued by Mercedes-Benz Headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, where the waterborne system was extensively tested.

The Canadian announcement was jointly revealed by PPG’s Norm Angrove, Director, Refinish Canada and Tony McQuillan, Manager, Accident Management, Mercedes-Benz Canada.

Effective immediately, Mercedes-Benz dealerships and Mercedes-Benz Approved Collision Centres across Canada have the go-ahead to use Envirobase High Performance system refinish products for the repair of all Mercedes-Benz passenger vehicles and Mercedes-Benz Vans.

“Mercedes-Benz is a global leader in high-quality luxury cars and trucks and will only approve products or services that meet its extremely rigorous standards,” said Angrove.

“We’re proud to team up with Mercedes-Benz to provide the premium PPG products and services the company requires.”

“We are very pleased and look forward to adding PPG to our Mercedes-Benz Canada Approved Collision Centre Program,” said McQuillan.

Envirobase High Performance products are now in their third generation. The PPG Envirobase High Performance system is known for its ease of use and for the significant benefits it offers including consistently accurate colour matching and simpler blending and application. PPG waterborne products are used in more than 10,000 collision centres across North America.

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