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July 23, 2014—The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) Conference set for July 30 at the Cobo Center in Detroit during NACE is almost full, I-CAR announced July 22.

Only a few seats remain for the event, which will explore new developments in vehicle technology and how they impact the collision repair industry.

“With the approaching changes in vehicle-efficiency requirements, the automotive industry is engaged in a tsunami of technological research and development,” John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president, said. “Our 2014 conference is designed to bring industry executives up to speed on the latest aspects of powertrain development, advanced technology and new applications of materials from the perspectives of 10 innovative leaders in these arenas.”

The conference will be moderated by automotive enthusiast and host of Autoline Daily and Autoline This Week John McElroy, and will feature auto industry experts from:

  • Ford Motor Company
  • General Motors Corporation
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Alcoa
  • Steel Market Development Institute
  • Robert Bosch LLC
  • The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
  • SCG Management

Fore more information on the conference or to register, vist the I-CAR Conference registration page on the NACE website. Those who register for the I-CAR Conference will also receive a free pass to the NACE/CARS Expo on July 31 and Aug. 1.

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