MILLSBORO — The Hertrich Household of Auto Dealerships has purchased the Rickards Restorations and Autobody in Millsboro, solidifying its keep on dealerships and automobile human body outlets in the Delmarva region.
The previous Rickards Restorations on Route 113 in the heart of Millsboro’s growing commercial freeway district was sold for $2.2 million to the Hertrich group at the conclude of December, in accordance to Sussex County land records. Below the new name of Hertrich Collision Middle of Millsboro, it marks the automobile dealership groups’ seventh maintenance centre in Delaware and Maryland.
Family-owned and operated Rickards Restorations had a 30,000-sq.-foot service heart with 45 maintenance bays, two paint booths and operated with the most current vehicle entire body repair technological innovation.
“We are particularly fired up to welcome the Hertrich Collision Centre of Millsboro to our organization,” Hertrich Regional Vice President Fred Hertrich IV said in a push statement. “Dayna and Ezra Rickards and the Rickards Restorations and Autobody team have designed an outstanding name for high-high-quality collision repair function and have finished an exceptional position serving the collision restore needs of the Millsboro group for numerous decades. We are pretty grateful for the possibility to welcome the Rickards workforce to our loved ones.”
This is the Hertrich family’s most the latest acquisition, as the firm obtained the former Automobile Will work Collision Centers in both Dagsboro and Lewes in early 2021.
The Hetrich name is effectively-set up in Delaware, as Fredrick W. Hetrich II opened the initially Hertrich Pontiac-Buick Company in Seaford in 1964. Nearly 50 decades later, the corporation has grown to 22 dealerships, 36 franchises, and seven collision centers in the Delmarva region.
As of these days, the Hertrich Spouse and children of Auto Dealerships remains a household organization, as CEO Frederick Hertrich III performs out of his place of work in Frederick Ford in Seaford. When Hertrich opened that dealership in 1975, he was the youngest Ford dealer regarded in America at age 27.
The family company goes much past that though. Fred Hetrich, who immigrated from Germany in 1903, served as a gear maker before ending his 46-calendar year-job as a corporation creation engineer for Buick.
Hertrich Collision Center of Millsboro will supply free of charge estimates in addition to paintless dent restore, glass substitute, insurance guidance, towing and rental support. All Hertrich Collision Centers give a life time guarantee.
“Customers generally have the proper to pick out any fix facility they want in the event of a collision, and we are enthusiastic to go on the legacy Rickards has made of being the very best decision in Millsboro,” Hertrich IV mentioned.