One of many nation’s largest collision-repair corporations is buying a Kansas-based collision-repair enterprise with a location in Topeka.
Chicago-based Crash Champions LLC introduced Monday it has bought All Angles Collision Restore, which has areas in Newton, Topeka and Wichita.
These areas, together with the Topeka one, at 1115 S.W. sixth Ave., might quickly don indicators bearing the identify “Crash Champions Collision Restore Workforce.”
“As we proceed to guage new alternatives to higher serve our prospects and insurance coverage companions within the Midwest, All Angles stood out as being a match with each our enterprise mannequin and tradition,” stated Crash Champions founder and CEO Matt Ebert. “They’re a well-respected operator with a transparent observe file of success, and we stay up for constructing on that repute.”
A Crash Champions spokesperson advised The Topeka Capital-Journal that the acquisition permits All Angles to make the most of the client’s infrastructure.
“This contains, amongst different strategic and operational assets, the flexibility to entry the newest know-how, make the most of cutting-edge innovation and leverage best-in-class help and processes,” the spokesperson stated.
He added no companies will probably be reduce and no value will increase are deliberate.
In line with a information launch, Crash Champions is the fifth largest collision restore firm within the U.S.
The enterprise began as a single store in Chicago in 1999. After greater than 15 years of working a neighborhood neighborhood collision middle, Ebert appeared to broaden within the Chicago space and started to take action in 2014.
After a number of years of increasing inside the Chicago market, Crash Champions carried out its first out-of-market acquisition final 12 months, buying a collision restore store in Ohio. Since then, the corporate has purchased retailers in Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and California.