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Car-O-Liner receives approval under Porsche Approved Collision Center Program

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Jan. 16, 2012—Car-O-Liner recently announced its participation in the Porsche Approved Collision Center Program as an official approved supplier of collision repair products. 

The Porsche Approved Collision Center Program provides a network of factory-authorized collision repair facilities trained and equipped to provide collision services for Porsche vehicles, according to Car-O-Liner. Porsche-approved collision centers commit to adhere to strict restoration procedures, and to the use of genuine Porsche parts, materials, tools and equipment. Car-O-Liner said Porsche-approved collision centers are also continuously supported and monitored by factory technical personnel.

For more information about the Porsche Approved Collision Center Program, visit porschecollisioncenter.com.

“Car-O-Liner is pleased to be a part of the Porsche Approved Collision Center Program,” said Shawn Hart, director of technical services for Car-O-Liner. “Adding Car-O-Liner to their approved equipment offering means greater flexibility without compromising accuracy. With our EVO system, technicians will be able to hold new components in place while making repairs, as well as measure the vehicle to find any hidden damage.”

As an OEM-approved supplier, Car-O-Liner said it will provide products to more than 60 collision centers throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Car-O-Liner is a provider of technologically advanced collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket. The company—which has operations in Sweden, Norway, United States, U.K., France, Germany, Singapore and China—said it has more than 45,000 collision repair systems in use worldwide.  Car-O-Liner sells products through local distributors in more than 70 countries.

For more information, visit car-o-liner.com.

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