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CEI to Discuss Outsourcing Body Work at GFX

June 04, 2015 - Press Release

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The CEI Group, Inc., will discuss how government fleets can make major reductions in their collision repair costs and vehicle down time by outsourcing their collision repair activities at GFX 2015.

CEI's Kathi Croze, sales manager for the the fleet driver management company, will be available to discuss the company's success stories with government fleets across the country at Booth 914 in the Colorado Convention Center. The show is being held in Denver from June 8-10.

"Savings on the cost of incident repairs are possible when you have a team of highly experienced appraisers reviewing every repair estimate as CEI does," said Croze. "And when you have a team of subrogation professionals finding recovery potential in one out of every four incidents, you can bring back thousands of the dollars in repair damages caused by the other driver."

Meanwhile, she said the key to making repair cycle times drastically shorter is to avoid the bidding process to determine which repair shop to use, a process that can add weeks to the time it takes to complete repairs. "A pre-qualified and managed network of repair shops like CEI's makes it possible to get repairs started much sooner," said Croze.

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