THE DOORS TO FIX AUTO’S NEW TRAINING FACILITY HAVE OPENED
Just hours after announcing Fix Auto Network had become Canada’s largest repair network, the company officially opened its multi-faceted training facility.
Fix Auto president Steve Leal officially opened Fix University on September 30 in Milton, Ontario. The cutting-edge facility will specialize in training network personnel and students in glass replacement, collision repair and mechanical repair serving Fix Auto, NOVUS Glass, and Speedy Auto Service.
“This is an investment in our future,” Leal told guests assembled for the grand opening. “We are committed to keeping our members well trained and ahead in the industry.”
Fix U was opened just hours after Fix Network’s acquisition of Carrossier Procolor. In an exclusive interview with Bodyworx Professional Leal said the acquisition of Carrossier ProColor and the new training facility’s opening are part of a broader strategy for Fix. In an exclusive interview with Bodyworx Professional, Leal said the acquisition of Carrossier ProColor and the opening of Fix University were part of a broader strategy for Fix. “As a company, we always strive to be pioneering,” says Leal. “We saw the opportunity to be a complete solution for our auto insurers.” The seemingly strategic timing of the two events was, however, unexpected.
“It was entirely unplanned!” said Daryll O’Keefe, Fix Network regional vice president for Ontario and Manitoba.