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KIA introduces Car-O-Liner's alignment machine.

- National Arab Motors (NAM) has just introduced a new tool to the KIA service center that will enable mechanics to return cars to the customers with a brand new feel, despite damages from an accident. The new body alignment machine, the first of its kind in Jordan, will allow the crash repair shop to produce vehicle status reports that point to the exact locations deviating from the standard references.General Manager of KIA Motors Jordan, Nihad Zacharia, who demonstrated the new Car-O-Liner to insurance companies said, "It is of the utmost importance to us that we reduce and potentially eliminate the feeling of the car 'not being the same' after an accident often expressed by customers, we are quite adamant about providing our customers with a great driving experience, be it a brand new car or not.The Car-O-Liner's fully computerized alignment bench is fitted with an electronic measuring system that is based on blue tooth technology. The system allows NAM specially trained panel beaters to ensure that vehicles damaged in collisions are repaired to manufacturers' standards. It also allows for precise damage assessment for buyers wishing to check out used vehicles prior to purchase.This facility enables the technician to see the progress of his repair whilst he aligns the variation to approved specifications. This brings the repair to new levels of perfection in shorter time and with less physical effort. "Car-O-Liner's collision repair equipment is the best made, the easiest to learn, the simplest to use, the best backed and the most productive tool in the market today." Added Zacharia.Today, more than 30,000 Car-O-Liner collision repair systems are in use in more than 60 countries. The development of every Car-O-Liner product is based upon years of hands-on experience and know-how gathered from all around the KIA introduces Car-O-Liner's alignment machine

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Publication:The Star (Amman, Jordan)
Date:May 17, 2006
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