Top 5 Blog Posts of 2021

As we look forward to what 2022 has in store, we pause to look back on 2021. While this year was marked by more uncertainty and change, we enjoyed sharing customer stories, assisting you in keeping your shop and employees safe, and highlighting the process of achieving high-quality paint finishes.

In case you missed them, here are our top five blog posts of 2021:

1. Understanding the 4 Modes of Heated Automotive Paint Booths

For collision repair centers with significant volume, having a heated paint booth is essential to avoid backlogs and keep up with production demands. Heated paint booths have key modes that make operating the booth a breeze and ensure efficient, quality paint finishes.

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2. “Our GFS Large Equipment Paint Booth allowed us to achieve 4 to 6 times as much productivity”

Eric Zimmermann has experienced the damaging effects a production bottleneck can have on a business. When Valme North America was looking for finishing equipment for their new Wisconsin facility, he turned to Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) because he needed a paint booth manufacturer with local support that he could trust.

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3. Ultra Booths Are Key Cog in One-Stop Shop at Fix Auto Calgary

The aftermath of car accidents is often a confusing shuffle between a collision repair facility, your insurance company and a rental car center. It can be a lot of juggling, with a plethora of moving pieces. Gurveer Randev is aiming to bring stability with the customer at top of mind at three Fix Auto locations that he owns in Calgary, Alberta.

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4. Aircraft Paint Booth Propelling North Carolina MRO to New Heights

Everywhere Sean Callahan has gone, in jobs that have crisscrossed the country, he has never worked in anything other than a GFS paint booth. So when Jetstream Aviation was looking for a new maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility at the North Carolina Global TransPark, Callahan was happy to hear a GFS Aircraft Paint Booth was in the plans.

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5. Six Cost Considerations for Aircraft Paint Booths

Designing and building an enclosure to accommodate a large product such as an aircraft is a major financial undertaking. It is imperative that design and budget decisions consider not just the up-front capital cost of a project but also the long-term operating expense of the system. Rather than focusing only on the dollars spent today, aircraft refinishers should consider the value and benefits of a purpose-built environment that addresses the challenges of a complex painting process.

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