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CCIF: Canada, Collision and COVID-19

Shops from across the country share their experiences of operating in a pandemic environment.

With COVID-19 having spread to the four corners of the globe, almost no country, city, or business has been spared from its impact.

In the collision repair sector, the spread of the virus has caused many shops to pivot and adjust their operating models.

As part of the 2021 CCIF Toronto Virtual Experience, Autosphere.ca conducted a series of video interviews with collision repairers across the country to find out how COVID-19 has impacted their business.

Although operating in different markets and dealing with different situations, these repairers clearly demonstrated that nationwide, our collision repair industry and those that operate within it has proven to be united, strong, resilient and innovative, despite the worst a global pandemic could through at it.

Following the event, we’ve included these videos on our website to view again. We hope you enjoy watching them again.

Huw Evans, Editor-in-Chief, Autosphere.ca

Rick Hatswell, COO of the Craftsman’s Group

Domenic Prochilo, VP Operations for Simplicity Car Care 

Dale Keizer, Owner of CSN Keizer in Sackville, Nova Scotia

Valérie Véronneau, President of Groupe Véronneau (Fix Auto) in Sherbrooke, Quebec

Ryan Antosh, Owner of CARSTAR Hanna in Hanna, Alberta

Rejean Marchand, President of ProColor Collision in Shawinigan and Ste-Julie, Quebec

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