When Cooper Automotive, one of Israel’s largest auto repair and service companies, announced that it was closing its operation in Copps Auto Repair in Los Angeles, it was a devastating blow to the local Cooper family.
Cooper Automotive CEO Michael Cooper said in a statement that he and his family were “deeply saddened by the news of the closure.”
Cooper said that the company is not closing down Cooper Auto Repair and that the remaining staff will remain on site for as long as possible.
Coopers CEO said in the statement that Cooper Automobile is not making any changes in terms of our operations, and that we will continue to be a positive force in the industry.
Cooperative Automotive operates out of a small auto repair shop in the heart of Los Angeles.
The company was founded in 1995 and has grown into a global brand.
In addition to Cooper, Cooper Auto is owned by other partners and has expanded into several other countries.
Copper Automotive is headquartered in Israel and was originally founded in 1955 by Cooper’s son, Daniel, and grandson, Jacob.
Cooper Automobiles began operations in Israel in 1962 and expanded into Israel in 1984.
Coopers Automotive had a workforce of 2,000 employees, according to its website.
Cooper said that its total assets were $30 billion at the end of 2017.
Coordinated Efforts to Reduce COVID OutbreakCooper’s Electric Cooper said on its website that it is collaborating with other local and international partners to reduce the spread of COVID.
Coppers CEO said Cooper’s Automotive will continue working with partners around the world to develop new solutions to reduce transmission wear, including using air bags and other technologies that help reduce transmission losses.
Copps Auto was the last remaining Cooper’s Auto repair shop.
Cooper’s electric car was the only one left in Los Angles.
Coppahannis Auto Repair was also closed in Los Feliz after a week of closures due to the COVID outbreak.
Coppy’s Auto Repair, which was located in the Los Angeles suburb of Beverly Hills, had about 700 employees, and had been in business for nearly three decades.
The business was part of Cooper Automotor’s Cooper Auto Group and had operated out of an auto repair plant in New Jersey since its inception.
Co-ownership between Cooper Automobilists and Cooper Automotes is not guaranteed.
The Cooper Automota Group, which includes Cooper Auto and Cooper Auto, owns Cooper Automotives shares.