The Collision Repair Expo has got off to a flying start. Huge crowds on day one, which is traditionally the quietest day, browsed an incredibly diverse offering of products and services aimed at the repair community. Day two has kicked off with impressive crowds too.

Show organiser Stuart Charity from AAAA sums it up below.

Major sponsor SAPE have a truly impressive show footprint and have flown in experts from Europe and Asia to talk to show goers on their stand. There's visitors from Germany for Weilander and Schill, from France for Cellette benches and GYS welders and from Italian bodyshop suppliers Spanesi. 

It wouldn't be an Expo without the Lowbake demo booth and their always huge and impressive stand. Paul Williams was in charge of this year's show. 

Car-O-Liner always pulls out the stops for CRE too - here's Liam Hugo on the stand.

Another regular at the show is iBopdyshop who have always developed some extra features for the workshop management program to launch at CRE.

There will be more coverage of the show in Monday's e-newsletter and in the next issue of the magazine. There are more videos on the Paint & Panel YouTube channel from the Collision Repair Expo from the stands of PartsCheck, Wheel Restore, Kovax, Le Mix,, CarBiz and sia.



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