Auto-Body And Glass Company Sets Operations In Tewksbury reported that an auto-body and glass company has moved from Peabody to a 5-acre parcel on Shawsheen Street, and hopes to expand its operations.

The Auto Body Clinic, part of the Arena Group of Companies, has been around for 28 years and specializes in collision repair. Also part of the group are Modern Auto Glass and Middlesex Glass, which designs glass systems for the construction industry.

The company has set up a drive-in auto glass repair center in Tewksbury, and next year plans to open a drop-off center with an estimating facility for the Auto Body Clinic. The Arena Group will keep a drop-off center in Peabody and maintain repair centers in Beverly and Reading.

The company bought the Tewksbury land, which includes 16,000 square feet of office space, for $2.7 million from MDR Construction, according to the Stubblebine Company, which represented MDR in the transaction.

"Basically, it was the right piece of property for our growth plans," said sales and marketing director Randy Frederick. The Arena Group has about 80 employees, 35 of whom are based in Tewksbury, Frederick said.

Frederick said Modern Auto Glass has been in business for about five years, and Middlesex Glass is only a year old.

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600450 Auto-Body And Glass Company Sets Operations In Tewksbury
Date: 20 November 2006

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