TOUGH TIMES CONTINUING FOR AUTOBODY REPAIR SHOPS

Autobody repair workshops are continuing to experience tough times as they try and recover from the hard COVID-19 lockdowns, while the future looks bleak too.

“The recovery is slow but fortunately there have been only limited business failures so far,” said Richard Green, the Director of the SA Motor Body Repair Association (SAMBRA), which represents about 75% of the autobody repair shops in the country. He was speaking on a workshop stream programme at the recent Hypermobility 2020 virtual conference, which was organised by Messe Frankfurt SA, endorsed by naamsa, in association AutoTrader.

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TOUGH TIMES CONTINUING FOR AUTOBODY REPAIR SHOPS

Autobody repair workshops are continuing to experience tough times as they try and recover from the hard COVID-19 lockdowns, while the future looks bleak too.

“The recovery is slow but fortunately there have been only limited business failures so far,” said Richard Green, the Director of the SA Motor Body Repair Association (SAMBRA), which represents about 75% of the autobody repair shops in the country. He was speaking on a workshop stream programme at the recent Hypermobility 2020 virtual conference, which was organised by Messe Frankfurt SA, endorsed by naamsa, in association AutoTrader.

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