Fix Network World has launched the first six Fix Auto-Novus Glass facilities across Spain.
Located in Barcelona North, Arganda del Rey, Leganes, Madrid Este, Coslada and Guadalajara, the company says these facilities are the first of many the network has planned to support Spain’s aftermarket industry.
The Spanish operations for Fix Auto and Novus Glass are led by auto network management company GTRES master franchisee and CEO, Luis Chao Jaramillo, supported by Operations and Strategy Director, Fermin Hevia Garcia.
“The Spanish market has witnessed exceptional resilience over the past few years and we anticipate significant growth opportunities in this critical market,” said Steve Leal, President and CEO of Fix Network World. “Together with GTRES, we are confident of cementing more partnerships with forward-thinking body shop owners and [helping] them to increase their profitability.”
According to Chao Jaramillo, independent collision repair shops aligning their businesses with Fix Network World can benefit from the organisation’s marketing and technology support, along with gaining access to a large network of insurance providers and suppliers.
“Body shops are always looking to improve their operational efficiencies and build a solid profitable business,” Chao Jaramillo said. “Fix Auto and Novus Glass offer two attractive business opportunities for such body shops to learn from Fix Network World’s best practices and offer advanced collision and glass repair services of the highest level.”
Chao Jaramillo said the strategy of franchise owners to include Novus Glass allows them to offer all aftermarket operations under one roof.
“Almost all collisions involve significant damage to windshields and automotive glass. By offering Novus Glass services, they can now control their operations better and ensure quicker turnaround times,” he added.