Fix Network Announces Global Partnership With Spanesi

Fix Network Announces Global Partnership With Spanesi

Spanesi will supply a mix of its innovative high-quality collision repair equipment, custom-made furnishings and accessories all aimed at delivering industry-leading performance.

Fix Network has announced the addition of collision repair equipment leader Spanesi as one of its official global supply partners, effective of September 2019.

Strong supplier partnerships are a critical component to the successful expansion of the Fix Network worldwide. As the Network grows its operations, working with Spanesi will bring tremendous value through its expertise and advanced collision repair equipment, Fix says.

Spanesi will supply a mix of its innovative high-quality collision repair equipment, custom-made furnishings and accessories all aimed at delivering industry-leading performance. Spanesi’s commitment to quality and productivity aligns well with the Network’s goal of making the best in collision repair equipment technology available to each of its locations.

“The Fix Network team works tirelessly to deliver a consistent, high-quality supply chain offering to its network members. The addition of the Spanesi suite of equipment will support us in our ongoing objective to provide an attractive, clean and efficient environment to our locations which will help to elevate the overall customer experience,” said Steve Leal, president and CEO of Fix Network.

Cristina Spanesi, export and marketing manager for Spanesi, welcomed this new partnership, adding, “We have a 50-year long tradition, in delivering tools and experience to help repairers succeed in an increasingly competitive collision repair marketplace. We are pleased to align with the Fix Network family of brands and are looking forward to a fruitful partnership.”

Fix Network’s supply chain portfolio of industry experts now includes 3M, AkzoNobel, Mirka, SATA and Spanesi – each a leader in the global automotive aftermarket space.

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