The first day of the two-day meeting presented a debate over refinish labor calculations and a lively panel discussion looking at estimating issues between repairers and insurers.
The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) visited Nashville on April 8-9. The meeting was attended by over 200 people from all segments of the industry. Among the topics discussed were the latest OEM repair procedures, on-going debates over refinish labor calculations and a lively panel discussion detailing estimating issues between repairers and insurers.
Roger Wright, from AIG, and chair of CIC, opened the meeting by welcoming attendees to the Opryland Hotel for the two-day
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