Colleyville, Texas, June 3, 2014 – Collision repair has changed, and so has NACE. The International Autobody Congress and Exposition (NACE) has been fine-tuned to ensure collision repairers get the very latest – and greatest – information available.
Much will be new this year at NACE, which for 32 years has been “the world’s premier event for collision professionals.”
NACE 2014 will be held July 30-Aug. 2 in Detroit.
What’s new includes:
• 30,000 square feet dedicated to live demonstrations of welding, cutting, grinding, sanding and painting
• Expanded and enhanced training classes weighted toward technical training
• Manufacturer-specific classes
• Expanded I-CAR class offering
• Outstanding lineup of exclusive tours (see list below)
• A bigger, better MSO Symposium – which has been renamed the Collision Repair Executive Symposium (CRES)
“NACE is the only show in the United States solely dedicated to the collision repair industry. It’s a show for repairers about repairers. This year’s event is focused on ensuring that repairers have access to the information, tooling, training and equipment they need to repair today’s vehicle as well as those in the future,” said Dan Risley, Automotive Service Association (ASA) president and executive director. “As an example, Ford’s recent announcement of its aluminum-bodied F-150 is causing the entire industry to take notice and seek information and training. As a result, there will be several different classes at NACE offering aluminum repair information and training.”