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Caliber recently announced that its current chief talent officer, David Goldstein, has been appointed to chief operations officer. Goldstein will move into his new position on January 1, 2021 in conjunction with the recently announced transitions of Steve Grimshaw from … Continue reading
Caliber has announced that its current president and COO, Mark Sanders, will succeed longtime CEO Steve Grimshaw effective January 1, 2021, when Grimshaw moves to full-time executive chairman. Grimshaw, who currently serves as Caliber’s CEO, will move to full time … Continue reading
Caliber, which has automotive service brands that include Caliber Auto Glass, Caliber Auto Care and Caliber Collision, is holding its ninth annual ‘Restoring You’ food drive virtually this fall. The company noted it will be benefiting 72 local food banks across … Continue reading
Caliber announced it is pleased to extend its ‘Restoring You’ community and teammate program. In collaboration with its insurance partners as part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides® program, Caliber will be gifting restored vehicles to frontline medical … Continue reading
Caliber Collision announced the appointment of Judd Nystrom as chief financial officer and Claudia Schaefer as chief experience officer to replace Bob Gary and Greg Clark, respectively, after they announced their retirement earlier this year. “We say goodbye to two … Continue reading
Caliber Collision announced it has acquired Herb’s Paint & Body (HPB) across the Dallas-Fort Worth area. HPB was founded in January 1956 by Herb Walne. According to the company, it grew into an auto repair businesses famous for its customer … Continue reading
Caliber Collision collected a record 5.4 million meals to feed at-risk children over the summer months, according to the company. Caliber’s annual food drive helped re-stock shelves for 85 regional food banks during the summer. Over the past eight years, … Continue reading
Caliber Collision Centers (Caliber) and Abra Auto Body Repair of America (Abra) announced the merger that unites the companies across the U.S closed today. Going forward, the combined company will be investing more in enhanced technologies, specialized resources and innovative … Continue reading
Caliber Collision and Abra Auto Body Repair of America (Abra) announced both have agreed to a merger and will combine companies. An official announcement was made today, and the transaction is set to close in early 2019. The combined company … Continue reading
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired FCC Collision Centers in California. The company offers AGRR services, according to its website.
Caliber Collision Centers has opened a new facility in Wylie, Texas.
Caliber Collision Centers has opened a brand new 13,000-square-foot facility in Frisco, Texas.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired Fenders Collision Center Inc. in the Silicon Valley region. The company lists windshield repair as one of its services on its website. Windshield replacements are outsourced.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired Classic Collision Center, which includes four locations in and around the Los Angeles market, and Haddock Collision Centers, which has five locations in and around the Raleigh, N.C. market.
Caliber Collision Centers has opened a new location in the San Diego, Calif., region.
Caliber Collision Centers has entered into its seventh western U.S. state with a new greenfield facility in Las Cruces, N.M. The company outsources its AGRR services.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired WINCollisionCenter in Carson, Calif., and B&G Collision in Temple, Texas. The companies outsource AGRR services.
Caliber Collision Centers has opened its first greenfield facility in Frisco, Texas, in more than ten years. The location outsources its AGRR services.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired A&R Auto Body and reopened the location as the company’s newest center in San Clemente, Calif. The location outsources its AGRR services.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired TempleCollision and reopened the location under the Caliber brand. The location offers AGRR services through an outside company.
Caliber Collision Centers has been acquired by Toronto, Canada-based OMERS Private Equity along with existing management, from ONCAP private equity. The company’s locations offer AGRR services throughout the Southwest.
Caliber Collision Centers has acquired nine Denver-based Global Collision locations, which offer AGRR services, including mobile work.
Caliber Collision Centers announced that it has acquired Golden State Collision Repair Centers. Golden State Collision Repair Centers has 12 locations in and near the Sacramento market and owns an auto glass repair and replacement company to service customers.