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Thursday, July 27 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
What's New for General Motors Collision Repair

Increase your knowledge of the use of Ultra High Strength steels and Structural adhesive, and how vehicles must be repaired differently than in the past. General Motors has changed the look of collision repair procedures and the techniques used to properly repair vehicles. Technicians will see more procedures that include detailed shaded graphics and joining methods of resistance spot welding, MIG/MAG plug welding, MIG brazing and bonding.

Register here for this course in the OE Coliseum.

Led by Bob Hartman, Advanced Serviceability of Design Team Leader, Body Structure Service Engineering, and Jason Macco, Manager, Body/Exterior Aftersales Engineering, General Motors - Customer Care & Aftersales.

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Bob Hartman

Advanced Serviceability of Design Team Leader, Body Structure Service Engineering, General Motors
Bob Hartman is responsible for the Body Structure advanced serviceability of design, identification and release of service parts, and authoring of collision repair information for all GMNA Car and Truck programs. He started his career with General Motors in January 2000 as an Intern... Read More →
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Jason Macco

Manager, Body/Exterior Aftersales Engineering, General Motors - Customer Care & Aftersales, General Motors
Jason Macco became the Manager of the Body/Exterior Aftersales Engineering Team in October 2015. In his role, Jason is responsible for managing the advanced serviceability of design, service part release, service repair information, and collision repair activities for all GM North... Read More →


Thursday July 27, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
McCormick Place - West Building 2301 S. King Drive • Chicago, Illinois 60616