Examining OEMs' Increasing Influence on Collision Repair

Dec. 18, 2017

Speaking With I-CAR's OEM Business Development Mgr., Mark Bochenek.

With consolidation making the collision repair industry more competitive each year, many body shops are feeling pressure to attain OEM certifications. Mark Bochenek, I-CAR’s OEM Business Development Manager, gives his views on just how vital it is for body shops to become OEM certified.  

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