An effective body shop layout can maximize productivity and ROI.
Whether you operate a small or large collision repair facility, this guide will help you determine an ideal layout for your automotive shop.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Why good planning and modern equipment are key to maximizing efficiency
- Where equipment and production areas are best positioned, so that vehicles can flow through a shop without causing a backlog
- How a quick lane system can be used for small repairs (one to four panels)
Crucial Answers Your Auto Repair Shop Needs
Collision repair shops can increase throughput with no additional labor by selecting the right equipment and streamlining the floor plan of their auto body shop. If your shop does not have room to expand but needs to get more vehicles through, modifying your shop’s layout or upgrading your equipment is an excellent solution.
With an optimized layout, a body shop has the equipment and capabilities to perform small, light repairs, as well as big, heavy repairs. No matter which stall or area a vehicle is placed, it is never blocking another vehicle or stopping workflow. Any vehicle can be accessed or moved at any time.
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