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PartsTrader Holds Q3 Virtual Collision Repair Industry Update

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Live Update from Chief Innovation Officer Greg Horn

CHICAGO, August 09, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PartsTrader today announced a virtual collision repair industry update event. This free, live, interactive event offers a way for industry professionals to get vital information about current trends affecting their business.

"I look forward to showing the latest trends on parts supply; on a part type and manufacturer level," says Greg Horn, Chief Innovation Officer at PartsTrader.

For this event you can expect:

  • A breakdown of parts availability by car maker and part type

  • The rise in part theft

  • The latest news on the impact of the chip shortage

This free webinar event will be held on September 2nd, 2021 at 10am PDT. For more information contact:

Register here: Collision Industry Repair Webinar Registration

About PartsTrader: As the world’s leading parts procurement marketplace, PartsTrader brings together repair shops, parts suppliers, and insurance carriers on one efficient, intuitive platform. We help repair shops make more accurate decisions regarding part-type, price, and availability in order to best serve their customers. Suppliers can quickly grow their market presence to reach thousands of new shops while improving the way they serve their current customers. Insurance carriers gain highly-valued visibility into the parts procurement process, allowing them to increase accuracy and efficiency on every claim. Let our team show you the difference that PartsTrader can make. PartsTrader LLC, based in Chicago, is privately held. For more information go to

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