Fix Network Announces Global Partnership With SATA

Fix Network Announces Global Partnership With SATA

This new partnership supports global growth and cements the position for both brands as industry leaders in innovation and quality.

Steve Leal, president and CEO of Fix Network World has announced the addition of SATA as one of its official global supply partners. 

As the Fix Network continues to expand its operations worldwide, the company says building strong partnerships with industry-leading suppliers is paramount for ongoing growth and success. 

“Recognizing that SATA is the premier spray gun and associated products manufacturer in the industry, partnering with them will bring tremendous value to the Network,” Fix Network stated in a news release.

 SATA is a leader in the production of superior products of the highest-quality and is known for its close cooperation with painters throughout the industry, as well as for its research and development with leading paint manufacturers.

Fix Network added that SATA’s commitment to quality, health and safety is well-aligned to Fix Network’s goal of offering the best and safest solutions to its locations. 

“Fix Network is working hard to deliver a quality supply chain offering to its members. This global agreement with SATA is reflective of our ongoing objective to provide best-in-class, safe solutions to our locations so they can provide an elite experience for their customers,” said Leal.

Albrecht Kruse, CEO of SATA, also welcomed this new partnership, adding, “SATA is committed to supporting the fundamentally changing collision industry with state-of-the-art paint application solutions, thus contributing to professional and safe repairs. Our cooperation with the global Fix Network goes hand-in-hand with our mission to assist the industry in best adapting to the ever-increasing complexities of modern repair processes.” 

SATA becomes the fourth aftermarket specialist to join Fix Network’s valued supply chain partnerships, which currently includes 3M, AkzoNobel and Mirka.

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