Chief partners with GarageFly
July 17, 2012—Chief Automotive Technologies has added GarageFly, an online resource that provides consumers with information for reputable automotive repair shops in Arizona, as a national account for structural repair and computerized measuring equipment.
Under the agreement, Chief will provide all Arizona collision repair shops affiliated with GarageFly with several structural repair products and services. More than 110 body shops are affiliated with the organization, said John Rang, president of GarageFly.
“As the industry evolves and quality workmanship becomes more of an issue, our relationship with Chief Automotive Technologies ensures that our more than 110 affiliated collision shops have access to state-of-the-art equipment at competitive prices, as well as training from Chief University,” Rang said. “We are committed to encouraging and assisting our affiliates to become properly equipped and trained to repair the vehicles of today and the future. Our partnership with Chief enhances GarageFly’s ability to meet our goal.”
“We are pleased to have been selected as one of GarageFly’s equipment partners,” said Robert Holland, national sales manager for Chief. “Chief is committed to providing GarageFly’s affiliated collision shops with the equipment, specifications, training and support that will enable them to continue to improve their cycle times, increase efficiency and document their repairs.”