The auto body shop business has seen great changes throughout the years. How are auto body shop owners marketing their businesses to keep pace with technology and the fierce competition today? What steps are being taken to secure your future?
The debate rages on and we would like to hear from auto body shop owners on how they feel about using aftermarket parts and original factory parts. Do aftermarket parts compromise your work? Are all factory parts better, or is it hype? What paints and supplies do you use?
With the ever increasing challenges auto body shops face these days; efficiency plays an important part to insuring a successful business. What are auto body shop owners doing to increase efficiency and productivity; whether through business management systems, investing in new technology, training, etc?
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In may I quit my job of 9 years and purchased an auto repair shop. I was previously employed as a field mechanic for Cummins. At my shop we focus on general repair. It's been a whirlwind since I bought the place but i couldn't be happier to be here. I've included some pictures of the shop.
Taking care of your employees is the most underrated asset in this business. Most guys will follow you anywhere, if you've treated them right.
We discuss all big decisions and changes. Because when everyone is on board... it's just a free flowing process to get things in and out.
That being said, the business should be making enough to expand and grow as well as having well paid employees. A delicate balance that takes some time to figure out and coordination from everyone to keep going.