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Nobilas and Dent Zone Launch Strategic Partnership

March 15, 2007

NORCROSS, GA - The Akzo Nobel Business Unit Nobilas Claims & Fleet Solutions and Dent Zone International Inc., have formed a strategic partnership to offer a managed Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) program. The new service, named Nobilas PDR, combines the Nobilas Accident/Repair Management with Dent Zone's Paintless Dent Repair Program. “We are now able to assist our existing clients in the untimely event of a catastrophic loss. In addition, we can also offer stand alone Cat Management Services for companies seeking crisis relief through an outsourced solution by an organization with a solid background in insurance,” said Robby Robbs, strategic development manager for Nobilas North America.Nobilas offers lease companies, insurers, car rental companies, and fleet owners solutions for the entire accident management process, from damage reports and replacement vehicles to repairs and claims settlement. The total concept, supported by tools, such as an IT platform and a towing and bodyshop network, minimizes inconvenience for drivers and maximizes efficiency for fleet owners, according to Nobilas.Dent Zone, International has built a nationwide network of PDR technicians and an administration system that dispatches and tracks repairs. The company's subsidiary, PDR LINX Hail Group, repairs vehicles damaged by hail for both commercial and retail clients.
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