Caliber acquires 100th collision center

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Feb. 1, 2012—Caliber Collision Centers on Wednesday announced the opening of its 100th collision center after completing the acquisition of 101 Collision, a five-shop operation based in Southern California.

Caliber acquired all of 101 Collision’s five facilities, which are located in the California cities of Westlake Village, Burbank, Oxnard, Santa Barbara and Simi Valley. Caliber now operates 100 collision repair facilities throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Texas.

“Today’s announcement is a Caliber Collision milestone with an acquisition that brings Caliber to 100 centers. This acquisition further cements our strategic expansion plans across core markets as we provide our insurance clients with the customer focus, cost management and operational consistency they require in today’s competitive insurance market,” said Steve Grimshaw, CEO of Caliber. “We recognized that 101 Collision and its management team provided Caliber with the perfect opportunity to expand our market presence along the Southern California coast behind a high quality brand committed to complete customer satisfaction.”

“Partnering with Caliber Collision Centers provides our management team with unlimited growth opportunities across the Southern California coast through operational efficiencies and best practices that only a company like Caliber Collision Centers can provide in today’s marketplace,” said Edward Mohr, founder of 101 Collision. 

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