Auto Body Industry Publications
Are you up to date on the latest auto body industry news?
We've compiled a list of important industry publications, staying up to date on the latest news will help your shop be more competitive and aware of the latest technology enhancements that affect our industry.
Autobody News has been serving the collision repair industry for over 36 years.
We publish a monthly publication, in print with frequent online updates, for the owners and managers of over 42,000+ collision repair shops across the country as well as 500+ schools with collision repair programs.
Our unique editorial approach focuses on the regional and national industry news that assists shops in running a successful and profitable business.
Every business day, CollisionWeek combs through the myriad of news and announcements to find what is truly important to the collision repair industry. It’s a quick read that keeps you current with the trends affecting your business.
CollisionWeek presents the industry as a whole, not from the perspective of any one segment or special interest group. Our readers learn about the multitude of perspectives on important industry issues to make truly informed decisions to grow their business and succeed.
BSB provides not only business management information and market trend analysis, but also technical content, breaking news and the latest products for collision repairers. We’re committed to helping collision repair shop owners improve their efficiency, profitability and repair quality by delivering top-notch print and digital magazines, online content at BodyShopBusiness.com, and daily e-Newsletters. In addition, our online Buyers Guide serves as a user-friendly resource of collision-related goods and services for shop owners seeking the latest products.
FenderBender is the leading progressive media brand exclusively serving collision repair shop owners and operators through examining in-depth real world struggles, successes and solutions from the industry, providing our readers and users the inspiration, tools and motivation to help them succeed in the collision repair industry.
It offers entertaining, lively and interesting information as well as insightful and useful business strategies that reflect our readers' and users' energy and commitment to their companies and the industry.
Collision Repair magazine is the authoritative voice of the Canadian collision repair industry. Our mission is to reinforce the standards and excellence of the industry by addressing key challenges, issues and innovation. Our readers are collision repair experts, insurers and, members the manufacturing supply chain as well as other industry stakeholders. Every bi-monthly issue brings focused, relevant and current information through articles, profiles, trends and breaking news.
Kentwood, Mich.-based Repairer Driven News (RDN) was founded and curated by the Society of Collision Repair Specialists as the leading source of news and information that matters to the collision repairer.
RDN was formed to provide news and information from a vantage point that would unabashedly be catered to those in the collision repair business. Our stories and focus will not be influenced by anything other than keeping the businesses that perform collision repair connected to the information that matters most to them.
Automotive Body Repair Network is a monthly trade publication serving the collision repair industry. The editorial content is aimed primarily at the collision repair shop owner and his or her technicians. ABRN primarily provides news, product and technical service information on a variety of collision repair topics. This technical information takes several forms within the magazine, including features and technical departments such as Tech Tips and Paint Shop. In addition, ABRN offers the reader industry news, environmental news and business management information, and most recently, new technology information. The management information presented stresses practical examples and real-world situations the reader can use to improve his or her business management skills.