Gerber National Glass services rebrands after acquisition

Gerber National Glass Services rebrands after acquisition

CHICAGO — Since the acquisition of Netcost Claims Services, the combined entity has worked to integrate operations.

CHICAGO — The Body Group Inc. announced the official name change of Gerber National Glass Services, its third-party administrator business, to Gerber National Claim Services (GNCS), according to a press release.

Glass America LLC, the parent company to Gerber National Glass Services, acquired Netcost Claims Services, an automotive glass claims administrator for insurance and leasing companies, in June 2014, stated the release.

Since the acquisition, the combined entity has worked to integrate operations and is now known as GNCS, reported the release.

“We are proud to have the Gerber National Claim Services business carry the Gerber name. This name change reflects the completion of integration of the two businesses into one as well as the beginning of a focused growth plan,” said Eddie Cheskis, CEO of Glass America LLC, in the release. “We are very excited about Gerber National Claim Services abilities to bring significant value to its clients and customers.”

GNCS offers nationwide auto glass repair and replacement, emergency roadside assistance as well as first notice of loss and related services through its service providers network, noted the release.

“The change of our name to Gerber National Claim Services not only reflects the services that the combined businesses now offer but it also reflects the shared values and goals that the team has” stated Mark Flasch, general manager of GNCS, in the release. “Each predecessor company has a strong track record of ongoing commitment to providing quality, timely [and] cost-effective services in a customer-friendly environment to our automotive insurance and fleet management clients and to their customers.”

You can find the release here.

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