Setting a Gold Standard: Standard Auto Wreckers receives honour from Port Hope mayor

Port Hope, Ontario ⁠— David Gold, owner of Ontario’s Standard Auto Wreckers, was recently recognized by Port Hope Mayor Bob Sanderson for his company’s work in the local community. “In 2014 we began discussions [for Standard to open in Port Hope], and it’s only been positive since then,” said Sanderson. The mayor noted Standard Auto […]

Industry Insider: IAA’s new Merchandising Platform provides a 360 buying approach

Toronto, Ontario — This week, Collision Repair’s Industry Insider sat down with Blair Earle, managing director for Impact Auto Auctions Canada, to learn more about the IAA Interact merchandising platform and how its features can provide trifold—and beyond—benefits to online buyers. Check out this week’s episode to learn more!

ARA at 75: greener, not meaner: ARA logo rebrand celebrates new environmental direction

The Automotive Recyclers Association's new logo.

January 17, 2018 — Washington, D.C, United States — On Monday, January 8, The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) revealed its new logo. Beyond being a simple update of the organization’s historic vehicle and globe, the blue vehicle on a green logo is a celebration of the association’s new, environmentally aware direction. In a statement, the […]

Maintaining an online presence in the world of auto recycling

In 2018, maintaining a presence on social media is considered by many to be an essential aspect of running a successful company.

Toronto, Ontario — January 3, 3018 — In this day and age, an online presence along with a strong position within the social sphere is crucial for a successful business. Auto recyclers are no exceptions when it comes to the digital revolution. John Logel and Matt Jacobs of Logel’s Auto Parts, in Kitchener, Ontario, have […]