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Did you miss these? Check out RDN coverage from CIC/NACE last week

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Announcements | Education

For those of you who were too busy networking or scrambling between sessions and booths at NACE and the Collision Industry Conference last week to read Repairer Driven News, we’ve got you covered.

Check out all of our CIC/NACE highlights below to see what breaking news you might have missed, and look for more in-depth coverage on some of these topics over the following days.

Technology

GM to have aluminum repair auto body network for Cadillac CT6

Panel: GM MyPriceLink will have seamless integration with estimating IPs, roll out as early as October

Repair operations

Thomas: 4 suit manufacturers reported passing OSHA-backed isocyanate test

OEConnection: CollisionLink to allow processing of PartsTrader orders in ‘bi-directional integration’

NSF announces collision repair certification program

A banner advertising OEConnection is displayed in Detroit at the July 2015 NACE|CARS. (John Huetter/Repairer Driven News)

Education

I-CAR adding new career track in production management, first new PDP in five years

Business practices

CIC panel: Small parts procurement inefficiencies can cost shop thousands

Insurance

CIC panel, audience: Customer ETAs would be better if done after teardown, parts logistics

Associations

Want to buy an aluminum welder? Check this SCRS spec comparision out — and practice!

Images:

Future materials: Bodies-in-white of a carbon-fiber BMW i8, foreground, and ultra-high-strength steel Chrysler 200, background, are displayed at NACE|CARS in Detroit in July 2015. (John Huetter/Repairer Driven News)

A banner advertising OEConnection is displayed in Detroit at the July 2015 NACE|CARS. (John Huetter/Repairer Driven News)