CANADA’S COLLISION NETWORK FOR NEW CAR DEALERS

CONSOLIDATED COLLISION SERVICES—NEW CAR DEALERS UNCOMPLICATING COLLISION REPAIR

Any collision centre knows how critical teamwork is when it comes to achieving your business goals. Support is everything when you’re craving success. Much of the time, that means finding a partner that brings the proper tools for your business to grow, flourish and conquer industry-wide challenges with creative, trailblazing solutions. Many have succeeded in finding that very partner with Consolidated Collision Services (CCS).

“Being a professional collision repair facility means you must associate with the right organizations to be successful. If you aren’t performing, you can’t grow. CCS has demonstrated their support, professionalism and industry knowledge to help our organization reach its goals and potential in these turbulent times,” says Kris Rankin, collision centre manager at Heninger Toyota in Calgary, Alberta. “CCS’s industry connections, insurance relations and in-house staff are a recipe for success. When you talk about that secret ingredient, it’s CCS.”

CCS entered the market a decade ago with the goal of becoming Canada’s largest and most-preffered new car dealer collision network. Today, the mission remains unchanged across the company’s 85+ collision centres and 225+ new car dealers—which, together, tout more than 250 OE certifications.

“We have successfully brought new car dealers together, been able to execute on improving performance, and have delivered for our partners an exceptional level of quality and customer service across the country,” says Sandy Liguori, President of Consolidated Collision Services (CCS) and the Woodchester Auto Group. “As President and as a member of CCS, I can confidently say that there has never been a better time to be a part of the network.”

As a network designed by dealers, for dealers, CCS prioritizes three crucial aspects: enhancing customer retention, boosting business performance and profitability, and establishing strong partnerships with national insurance providers. The network’s exclusive dealer network, cooperative ownership model, and distinctive support approach have successfully attracted numerous renowned collision centers owned by dealerships in the past decade.

“The sheer quality of our locations is what immediately sets us apart from our competition,” says Mike Beier, general managare of CCS. “These are names and brands that have been a part of their communities for decades—in some cases, generations. This is what sets us apart. Leveraging the individual identities of our members, bringing the collision centre to the show room, and being the onestop automotive destination for all of our customers, this is what really makes CCS unique.”

For more information on Consolidated Collision Services, visit www.ccsdealers.com.

CCS was honoured to have three shops represented on magazine covers this year: Marcus Newman, general manager of Capital Collision; Michael St. Germain, general manager of Mercedes-Benz Oakville; and the Raymond Brothers of Carrosserie Raymond were all asked to be on magazine covers in 2023.

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