Society of Collision Repair Specialists Takes a Look Back at 2012

2012 was an interesting year in the industry; a year that was filled with both new and pre-existing challenges for collision repair business owners. Business activity fluctuated from week to week causing market uncertainty, daily reports of consolidation filled the headlines of the trade press, insurance companies continued to develop ways to interject themselves into collision repair business management, and reports of technology development cast a long term question mark over the future of collision repair businesses. When concern and uncertainty occupy the marketplace, businesses often look to the collective power of community to find information, lean on support from their peers, and collaboratively innovate solutions.

As a trade association that has spent more than three decades solely dedicated to educate, inform and represent the collision repair professional in all aspects of the industry, 2012 was a remarkably busy year for the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS). In taking stock of the past year, I am confident that the entire staff and volunteer board of directors of SCRS are proud of the work that we embarked upon in each of the three areas of our mission. While the ultimate results of those efforts may not be fully realized, the momentum from that work will serve the organization and its membership well, leading into 2013

Read the full 2012 recap at Autobody News

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