Bodywork painting in the spotlight

Published on by Chloe Maidon - updated on

As a regular at the biennial event, the French Bodywork Federation is once again gathering its members in the space dedicated to bodywork painting, taking this opportunity to present its FFC Expert service.

Right in the heart of pavilion 1, the FFC 's Bodywork Painting Village this year covers almost 4000 m2. This space gives industry professionals ample opportunity to express their views on bodywork innovation, the future direction of the business, the bodywork of the future, the importance of initial training, the development of new services… and much more.

While the FFC has motivated its members to take part in EQUIP AUTO, it is also taking the opportunity to highlight its FFC Expert service. Launched a year and a half ago, this email and telephone assistance service is available free of charge to members. It offers comprehensive, personalised answers to their everyday concerns from a legal, social and financial perspective. Better still, the service can now manage outgoing calls, and will carry out a telephone campaign in the last quarter of 2017 on the "digital strategy" of bodybuilders and repairers. The goal: to provide concrete answers, as well as answering the current needs of professionals on this subject more than ever.
Finally, the Bodywork Painting Village also plays host to the "Bodywork Painting" competition for the third consecutive year. This initiative, aimed at Apprenticeship Training Centers (CFA), a pilot scheme of the ANFA network, rewards the students who best demonstrate their technical and artistic skills in shaping and painting a piece of bodywork... Say hello to the next generation of talent!

The award ceremony took place yesterday on the FFC booth:

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