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Caliber Collision Expands in Calif., Texas

February 03, 2014 - Press Release

Caliber Collision now has 77 locations in California.
Caliber Collision now has 77 locations in California.
Caliber Collision Centers, a major operator of collision repair facilities, has acquired WIN Collision Center in Carson, Calif., and B&G Collision in Temple, Texas. The company also opened a new facility in Frisco, Texas.

The addition of the new locations “reinforces our commitment to adding centers in every Caliber market to ensure customer choice and deliver industry-leading metrics,” said Steve Grimshaw, CEO of Caliber Collision Centers.

Caliber now has 77 locations in California and 59 in Texas.

The new Frisco, Texas, location officially opened for business Jan. 20 at 6440 Preston Road. The center consists of more than 26,000 square feet of repair facility and office space on 4.5 acres. The center will have 20 service bays, four paint booths and 141 parking spaces for Caliber’s customers and partners.

Caliber’s new 30,000-square-foot center in Carson is located at 2201 E. 223rd Street. The company’s new 20,000-square-foot Temple facility is located at 5710 S. General Bruce Drive. Both officially opened as Caliber facilities on Jan. 27.

“Our Carson and Temple openings bring our total number of locations across the western U.S. to 161 as we continue to restore our customers to the rhythm of their lives throughout California and Texas,” added Mark Sanders, Caliber Collision Centers’ president and chief operating officer.

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