Kirmac Collision & Autoglass Donates $163K to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation for 2013 Miracle Weekend
COQUITLAM, BRITISH COLUMBIA, June 5, 2013 – Kirmac Collision & Autoglass donated $163 thousand to the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Miracle Weekend telethon that ran June 1 to 2 in Vancouver.
The contribution comes as part of the British Columbia-based collision repair company’s charitable program, “Kirmac Cares for Kids,” which donates a percentage of earned income from each vehicle repair to the Foundation.
Kirmac’s New Port Coquitlam Facility Home to Revolutionary Collision Repair Technologies and Innovative Lean Processes
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, February 25, 2013 – Kirmac Collision announced today the opening of its newest repair location in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. This will be the 23rd location for the Kirmac Group, simultaneously marking the milestone of the company’s 40th year in business.
VANCOUVER, B.C. February 9, 2012 – At Kirmac Collision, an auto body repair shop, Peter Vajda realized the need to remain competitive by making sure all of his workers had the best training available to boost productivity and keep up with the latest advances in technology.
Vajda and his team implemented a “leadership development program” for all of his newly hired employees, as well as existing managers. The program focuses on leadership, ethics and “needs-based selling practices” using a range of educational tools, such as case studies and course tools.
Surrey, BC, December 15, 2011 – With La Nina expected to blow into the Lower Mainland this winter season, drivers should begin to prepare now for the slippery and dangerous conditions ahead. The roads could be hit with snowfalls, heavy precipitation and frequent cold snaps.
Mark McIntosh, from Kirmac Collision in Surrey, reminds drivers that keeping vehicles in top operating condition is most important this time of year in order to handle the ever-changing conditions the season brings.
McIntosh suggests the following five preventive tips to ensure drivers and their passengers travel safely this winter season:
Vancouver, BC, November 23, 2011 – There was a time when shaking the hand of the people at the car repair shop was like playing with fire, but don’t expect to see grime or grease covering many in the business today.
“Plenty of our guys in some areas wearing white coveralls, not blue coveralls, and at the end of the day they’re not dirty and their hands aren’t dirty,” says Leonard Lassak, vice president of operations for Kirmac Collision.
“They’re more like physicians than they are automotive mechanics.”