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Caliber Collision Centers Continues Expansion in L.A. Area

March 14, 2012

LEWISVILLE, TX -- Caliber Collision Centers announced it has continued expansion into the Los Angeles area with the acquisition of Autocraft of Torrance, Calif.

Caliber Collision’s newly acquired 24,000-square-foot collision repair facility opened at 3032 Kashiwa Street in Torrance.

"Our most recent acquisition provides additional Caliber Collision market penetration around the Los Angeles market as we continue to grow both organically and through strategic acquisitions across California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada markets," said Caliber Collision CEO Steve Grimshaw. 

The Torrance location represents the company’s 101st center in the southwest and its 46th center in California. This new center now brings the company’s total number of Los Angeles area locations to 15.

 

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