Fix Auto UK has announced an alliance with consultancy-business Industry Insights, in order to further develop its product offering to the UK motor market.
Fix Auto UK celebrated its 10th anniversary by presenting Fix Auto Dagenham with a plaque to commemorate being the first franchisee in the country.
Fix Auto UK hasincreased its foothold in the North West of England with Wilson and Co of Bolton becoming the latest bodyshop to join the network.
Fix Auto UK has welcomed the news that Fix Auto World has secured a multi-million dollar investment from one of the largest private equity companies in North America.
Fix Auto UK has announced that Forward Motors of Malvern has joined its network and will now operate as Fix Auto Malvern.
Fix Auto UK is celebrating after the network scooped three awards at the British Bodyshop Awards, held at the Battersea Evolution recently.
North-west accident repair centre Aldon Coachworks has become Fix Auto Blackpool and Fylde.
Circle Leasing, a supplier of courtesy cars to the body repair industry, has announced that Fix Auto Dagenham is the first Fix Auto bodyshop to implement its new Vehicle Hire solution following a pilot project with the network.
Fix Auto UK is creating a new network dedicated to the rapid repair of damaged vehicles.
Fix Auto UK’s network of repair bodyshops encompassing London and its surrounding areas has been further strengthened following the signing of its latest franchise.
Darlaston-based Autobase GB Ltd has become the latest bodyshop to join the Fix Auto network.
Fix Auto UK, a network of car repair bodyshops, has completed its 100,000th repair in a calendar year.
Fix Auto has recruited Blade Accident Repair Centre, the Swindon-based bodyshop of the franchised dealer Blade Group, to its network of vehicle repair bodyshops.
Motorbodies Ltd has joined the Fix Auto accident repair centre group.
Fix Auto UK had plenty of cause to celebrate after three franchisees scooped a hat-trick of honours during the annual Bodyshop Magazine 2013 Awards ceremony held in Birmingham.
Fix Auto Pontypridd is now open for business following a three-month redevelopment and more than £300,000 investment to transform a disused industrial unit.
Work is well underway on Fix Auto’s latest repair centre right under the shadow of the Twickenham stadium.
For a business thriving on repairing damaged cars, the last warning you would expect to hear is one urging motorists to take extra precautions to ensure safer motoring this winter.
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